Poker Strategy: Dissecting Hand Ranges With Mohsin Charania
by Steve Schult | Published: Jan 23, 2013
Mohsin Charania started his poker career just like most every other poker player his age. After seeing Chris Moneymaker win the World Series of Poker main event in 2003, he started playing in some small-stakes home games in college. Early success in those home games at the University of Illinois snowballed into success in local casinos and online. Known to his opponents as “ChicagoCards1” on the internet, Charania has developed into one of the top tournament players around. Last April, Charania broke through with his first major live tournament win by taking down the EPT Grand Final in Monte Carlo for over $1.7 million. With his first major win under his belt, his career tournament earnings between online and live now sits at just shy of $5 million. Charania sat down with Card Player to discuss his thought process on how he breaks down hand ranges in a tournament. Steve ...
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