No less than $150,000 awaits players in the Card Player Poker Tour Atlantis main event, set to begin Mar. 27. With the series already off and running, the CPPT Atlantis has already awarded more than ...
Crushing Live Poker With Twitter
by Bart Hanson | Published: Oct 17, 2012
September 10 – Sometimes waiting for the turn to semibluff adds maximum fold equity. There was a phrase created from one of the online tracking databases a few years ago called the “Fuzz Rule.” The Fuzz Rule stated that whenever you were raised you needed a fairly strong hand to continue on. This applied to small stakes no-limit cash games online. The creators of this rule had millions of hands from their databases as evidence. Normally, a “fairly strong hand” referred to better than one pair and the rule only applied to single-raised pots. I think that we can take this rule and directly correlate it to small to mid-stakes live poker, with one exception. Usually when someone raises the turn or the river they have better than a one pair hand, but not always on the flop. You see, even back when Americans could easily play online poker, fundamentally ...
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