That’s a wrap! After a quick heads-up battle Nick Weinberg defeated James Colson for the trophy, the title and $38,625! Weinberg outlasted a field of 150 players and scored the first win of his poker ...
Mistakes $5-$10 Players Make
by Ed Miller | Published: May 28, 2014
This is the final article in my three-part series about the mistakes that live no-limit players make. This article covers the mistakes that $5-$10 players make. As with the other articles, I’m talking about how $5-$10 games play in Las Vegas. They may play differently where you live. But don’t take my stakes levels literally — the stages in no-limit player development are more universal, and you should be able to find players in your pool who fit the mold. Even the weaker $5-$10 players tend to have some sophistication about them. Most commonly, $5-$10 regulars possess fairly decent hand-reading abilities, and many of the errors that separate the weaker players from the stronger ones in the pool depend on hand range construction. The weaker players tend to play a looser, more haphazard preflop game, which taints their play through the end of hands. Players often try to make up ...
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