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Hulett Bags Biggest Stack on Day 1C

The third and final starting flight of the CPPT II Westside Poker Championship $100K Guarnatee is in the books here at the Hollywood Park Casino. Just 15 of today’s 149 entires advanced onto Day 2, ...

Crushing Live Poker With Twitter

by Bart Hanson |  Published: Apr 02, 2014


Feb. 21 – Once the flop gets checked through, raising the turn versus the preflop raiser is a very strong play Even at the lower levels of no-limit these days, most players understand the concept of bluffing scare cards, especially when they are the preflop raiser. I have seen old guys actually continuation-bet (c-bet) A-Q on king-high boards, knowing that it will be difficult for people to call them with anything but a king on a dry board. I’ve also started to see more experienced low-level players fire a second barrel on the turn when overcards come in on ragged boards that should hit their preflop raising range. Along with this new sense of c-betting the right types of boards, better players know which boards not to c-bet. Say, for example, we raise with a hand like A K from early position and we get four callers. The flop comes ...

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