Crushing Live Poker With Twitter
by Bart Hanson | Published: Sep 18, 2013
August 2 — I’d rather be the best in the world at beating bad players than beating good players Unless you are planning on playing some of the toughest games in the world, most of the money that you will win in poker comes from beating bad players. This is even true at the nosebleed levels as games rarely go nowadays without at least one giant spot at the table. Because of this, especially at the mid-stakes, you should really concentrate on being the best “fish fryer” that you possibly can be, since that is where ninety percent of your money will come from. Work on optimizing your lines against these weak players and sucking up all of the money you possibly can. Often, players concentrate on the wrong thing — that is they spend way too much time and mental energy paying attention to the other good players at ...
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