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April, 2011

Killer Poker Analysis: 4/29/2011

Friday, April 29th, 2011

1.) Open-limping in late position

Don’t Just Look at Your Big Hands

Friday, October 22nd, 2010

One mistake in a big pot can cost more than mistakes made in five (or more) small pots. However, since small pots occur much more frequently than big pots, mistakes that you make in small pots may actually be bigger than those you make in big pots.

Beware Early Position Limpers

Sunday, August 29th, 2010

Blinds are T1000-T2000. You’re in the fifth hour of a no-limit hold’em tournament that’s down to 40 of its 500 original entrants. You have 7 opponents at your table. A new hand is dealt. The under-the-gun player (UTG) limps with a T25,000 stack. The T8,000 stack two to his left shoves [...]

Why Open-Limping is Generally a Bad Idea

Friday, July 16th, 2010

It’s been quite a week since my last blog post. I’ve been doing quite a bit of programming for three different things I’ve been working on. The hours have been long, I haven’t played any poker, and I’m a bit tired, but I’ve really enjoyed this past week. Improving one’s skills at something is always [...]

Killer Poker Analysis: 7/16/2010

Friday, July 16th, 2010

Topics covered:

1.) How to play 3-bet pots out of position when an ace falls
2.) Individual utility: what it is; how it relates to poker and life
3.) Why you should never open-limp (and how to exploit players who do)

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