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Crushing Live Poker With Twitter

by Bart Hanson |  Published: Mar 01, 2017

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December 10 — There is a fundamental flaw in logic that many players have when bluff catching. A few weeks ago, I played a very interesting hand at the $5-$10 no-limit game at the Hollywood Park Casino in Los Angeles. The table was very good, loose and filled with recreational players that were all sitting deep. It was only my second round in the must-move game and I called a $35 raise from an under-the-gun (UTG) player, immediately to his left with A 4. One other player called in the cutoff and another in the big blind and we took the flop four ways. The board came out 10 3 2 giving me a gutshot straight draw, with a backdoor flush draw. The big blind checked and the UTG preflop raiser quickly bet $50 into the $140 pot. I interpreted this bet as weak for a number of reasons. While ...


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