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Abadi Doubles

Marcus Abadi flushed his way to a double up. It was a KQ6x flop and Abadi got it all-in with J6. Abadi’s opponent held 108 and they both hit a flush when a 9 completed ...

Miscellaneous Ramblings

by Gavin Griffin |  Published: Oct 17, 2012


There are some things that come into my head over the course of a session, week, month, year that are worth talking about, but not really worthy of their own article. This is basically a dumping ground for all of those things I’ve thought of but can’t put into a coherent, useful article on their own. On occasion, people tell me that they like my articles and I will sometimes ask them if there is anything that they would like to see me write about. Someone whose play I respect asked me to write an article about the long run in poker and what it takes to see it through. The truth is the long run is pretty easily calculable. The bigger the sample size you have, the more accurately you can estimate your win rate and other relevant statistics. After doing some research on Google to find the longest ...

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