Susanne Krausse opened the action with a raise to 3,000 from middle position. It folded over to the player in the cutoff who three-bet to 8,000. The button and blinds folded, moving action back to ...
Prepare Today For Poker In 2014 And Beyond
by Ed Miller | Published: Dec 25, 2013
For nearly two years, I’ve been touting the potential of Online Poker 2.0 — the re-legalization of online poker in the United States. As of this writing, a few states — Nevada, Delaware, and New Jersey — have online poker games up and running, available to anyone of age within the state’s borders. These states are the vanguard, but I expect a number of other states to approve online poker in the next couple of years. I live in Nevada, and I’ve had the privilege of playing on two sites — Ultimate Poker and WSOP.com — since May 2013. My experience on these sites is that action is sometimes sparse, but the games are always good. Sometimes when I’m playing on these sites, the quality of play is so jaw-droppingly poor that I feel like I’ve time-warped back to 2004. The sparse action is due primarily to the small number ...
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