Don’t Be Afraid of the Big, Bad Hellmuth Part II – Four Tools to Add to Your Repertoire
by Ben Yu | Published: Sep 18, 2013
In last month’s article, we examined the phenomenon leading players to navigate sub-optimally when they confront the poker famous. Fear or admiration causes rounders to make poor adjustments. In contrast, here are four modifications they should be make instead. 1. Do Your Research People become famous in the poker world through television time and high-level success — once they get some, it snowballs into more coverage. As such, figuring out how someone famous plays, can be as easy as glancing at the television or official reporting of a tournament. In one sense, there are more tools available at your disposal to deal with professional poker players than anyone else. Additionally, successful poker entities often write books or make training videos. Ever wanted a handbook on exactly how someone plays? Seek these resources out. Searching tournament resumes should also tell you glean a bit about a professional’s background and experience. If ...
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