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Home Game Heroes: Variations in Hi-Low Flop Games (Part 2 of 2)

In this week’s “Home Game Heroes,” Ashley Adams considers useful strategies when playing hi-low games played with no qualifier and/or the declare option.

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Sizing Bets Wisely with Cash Game Pro Sangni Zhao

Las Vegas-based cash game pro Sangni Zhao discusses his bet-sizing strategy and why it has proven successful for him in deep-stacked games.

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Playing A Pair of 10’s in Texas Holdem Poker – VegasSports-Odds

Playing A Pair of 10’s in Texas Holdem Poker VegasSports-Odds, Florida – 3 hours ago Which hand would you prefer if you were playing Texas Holdem , Ace-King or a pair of 10’s? Let’s start by saying you are in a low limit Holdem game and you …

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Poker host sues Superior man for $29K debt – Daily Camera

Poker host sues Superior man for $29K debt Daily Camera, CO – 7 hours ago By Vanessa Miller (Contact) A seasoned poker player — who has won a World Series of Poker event and regularly hosts games in his Denver home — is suing a … Poker host sues player for 29K debt Daily Camera all 3 news articles

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Home Game Heroes: Variations in Hi-Low Flop Games (Part 1 of 2)

In this week’s “Home Game Heroes,” Ashley Adams looks at some of the many variations of hi-low flop games available in dealer’s choice rotations.

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Pennies from GusHeaven; FTP adds new table

Gus Hansen’s career earnings ($5.9 million in tournament cashes; who knows how much in cash game profit), of course, say otherwise. Well, times is good for the haters now, as they’ll have ample opportunity to prove just how “bad” Hansen is with the introduction of the new six-max $500/$1,000 No-Limit Hold’em “GusHeaven” table at Full Tilt Poker, with a seat reserved at all times for the Great Dane

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Poker Book Review: Dan Harrington and Bill Robertie’s ‘Harrington on Cash Games, Volume I’

To say that Dan Harrington and Bill Robertie’s hugely successful ‘Harrington on Hold’em’ series changed the way tournament poker is discussed and played would be an obvious understatement. The first two volumes…

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Welcome Back Luzak: Kelopuro returns

A brief appearance on the Microgaming network in Feb.; some unconfirmed speculation by Tom “durrrr” Dwan that he had played a session on Peter Jepsen’s account in early Sept.; an event or two at this year’s WSOPE. By and large though, there was little sign the legendary Kelopuro – after a downturn last year busted his FTP account and a lack of action in high-limit ring games discouraged him from reloading – had any intention of getting back in the online mix

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Choosing Your Starting Hands in No-Limit Holdem, Part 2

This is the second in a two-part series about deciding which hands to play in a no-limit hold ’em game. In part 1, we emphasized that no-limit hold ’em is a game of implied odds, where unlike fixed-limit hold ’em-where the goal is to push every edge you have, regardless of how small it might be. The goal in no-limit hold ’em is to capture your opponent’s entire stack

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Keep a personal checklist on your poker game – MLive.com

Keep a personal checklist on your poker game MLive.com, MI – 6 hours ago That’s how to know you’re doing everything possible to play your best poker . Make sure your checklist contains these three subjects: playing fundamental …

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Home Game Hero: Eight Tips for Finding a Game

Poker author Ashley Adams introduces a new series — “Home Game Hero” — and starts with advice about how to find a good home game.

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