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The Field Keeps On Growin'

With the tournament clock currently showing 183 entries so far on day 1C the total number of entries for this event now sits at 444. That means the prize pool has exceeded $430,000. With late-registration ...

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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