I Wish I Knew Then What I Know Now - Limit Hold’em
by Bryan Devonshire | Published: Dec 12, 2012
Back in the day, no-limit hold’em cash games rarely existed. The variant was generally reserved for tournaments, and everybody spread limit hold’em cash games. I played in one $5-5 pot-limit hold’em game at the Hustler once a week on Fridays. The game was awesome, and nobody knew what they were doing, myself included. I moved to Vegas in August 2006 as an expert in limit hold’em. The games stayed good until about November when they just completely dried up. Everybody was playing no-limit, and I needed to learn the game soon if I wanted to stay gainfully employed. In my last article I spoke of the importance of game selection and things to look for. To be able to perfectly game select, you must be able to beat all the games. Continuing with my I Wish I Knew Then series, I will delve into the mixed-game variants, because being a ...
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