Paying Attention Part Two
by Gavin Griffin | Published: Apr 26, 2017
Last time, I wrote about a situation in a H.O.R.S.E. tournament where a hand that was played would have been very different if either one of the players were paying attention. They both missed that one of them had to have a very narrow range due to the dead cards in the hand. As a result, they played a much bigger pot than they really needed to and that made one of them win a few extra bets and the other lose a few extra bets. That doesn’t sound like much, but a few bets deep in a tournament are really important. Today, I’m writing about a situation that probably comes up more often for you, the readers. I was playing at my local casino in the $5-$5 no-limit game when a really interesting spot came up. The guy who had been the catalyst of most of the action was, ...
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