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CPPT V - The Bicycle Casino

$1,100 No-Limit Hold'em Quantum CPPT ME $400K GTD


2017 CPPT Bike: Adam Weinraub Leads Final 18 Players

A total of 550 entries were made in the 2017 Card Player Poker Tour Bicycle Hotel & Casino main event, a growth of 27 percent in field size over the previous year’s 433-entry field. The ...

Finding the Line: A Street By Street Strategic

Look At A Poker Hand - Jason Koon Battles With Tim Adams At The WPT Alpha 8 Main Event In St. Kitts

by Steve Schult |  Published: Dec 25, 2013


Playing a hand well requires multiple streets of good decisions, which pros refer to as a line. In Card Player’s new Finding The Line series, readers will be able to let us know what they consider to be the most optimal lines in hands played by professionals at some of the largest tournaments in the world. Card Player will give the options of a player on each street and the readers can put together what they consider to be the most optimal line and leave it in the comments section below. The Situation You are at the final table of a very small, elite, nose bleed stakes poker tournament. You are eight-handed, but only five people are paid due to the small number of entrants. The blinds are 4,000-8,000 with a 1,000 ante. You have just over 24 big blinds with 196,000 in chips. Pre-Flop You are in the hijack ...

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