The Hands You Should Be Thinking About
by Ed Miller | Published: Oct 02, 2013
You’ve just gotten home from your third bad session in a row. The whole way home you thought about that hand where you got stacked by the rivered gutshot. Should you have gotten away from it? Did you just throw that last $300 out the window? Maybe you should have bet more on the turn to force him out? These are the pots most of us think about. It’s natural after a big loss to look at the hands where you lost the most and try to figure out what you did wrong. By all means do your post mortems on the big losses. Many people do overplay hands and lose big pots where they could have lost less. If this might be you, it’s well worth some self-reflection. But there’s a class of hands I think is even more important to analyze after the fact. They come up all ...
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