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Andrew Wisdom Leads 124 Advancing To Day 2

The third and final day 1 starting flight of the Card Player Poker Tour main event drew a massive field of 241 entries, which when added to the 261 players from day 1a and 1b, ...


Embracing Ignorance

by Jonathan Little |  Published: Dec 25, 2013

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If you ever hope to become an excellent poker player, you must embrace the fact that you do not know the answers to numerous questions that constantly come up in poker. If you do not know something, as an active, engaged learner looking to improve your game, you should try your best to find the answer. Most people simply read articles, books, and poker forums, hoping to stumble upon the answers. While this is a reasonable initial step, it will not take you too far. In order to actually improve, you must get a group of like-minded peers who genuinely want to discuss your thoughts and questions. You should also hire a poker coach who can give you concrete answers to your questions. Once you figure out how excellent poker players tackle a problem, you should ideally be able to notice where you lack knowledge and also learn how to ...


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