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High-Low-Split Poker, Seven-Card Stud and Omaha Eight-or-Better For Advanced Players by Ray Zee is the third book in the “For Advanced Players” series. It is really books 3 and 4 for two reasons. First, many of the concepts are similar for both games. Second, players mastering one game can easily make the transition to the […]
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The two events to take place last night in the PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker (WCOOP) were a no-limit hold’em $500 rebuy event and a pot-limit Omaha event. Read the event recaps below to find out who the winners were, and check out the entire WCOOP schedule and results list on…
Las Vegas may be home of the poker world, but for the next two weeks, all eyes will be on the action at the World Series of Poker Europe. After its debut in 2007, WSOPE has expanded to become a bigger…Question for 1st-place Rays: Where are the fans?»
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Last week we took a look at a situation that happens all too frequently in seven-card stud hi/lo — a player with no qualifying low hand who gets freerolled for the high half of the pot by a player with a made low.Strategy Snapshot: PA Sentenced to the Cooler»
It stands as the second-biggest pot ever online – for a truly sick $605,000 – and now temporarily sits in David Benyamine’s bankroll. But it could have – and perhaps should have – belonged to Patrik Antonius.