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Pot-Limit Omaha Seat Selection


by Jeff Hwang |  Published: Jun 11, 2009


Editor’s note: This column is an edited excerpt from Jeff Hwang’s upcoming book, Advanced Pot-Limit Omaha: Small Ball and Short-Handed Play, due out in June. Last issue, I discussed game selection in live play. Once you find the right game, the next step is finding the right seat. That said, proper seat selection is paramount, as choosing the right seat may mean the difference between a night of frustration and a night of having your way with the table. And the gist of it is this: We need tight players for protection. We want to have at least one or two tight players in our game, and we want them on our left. The most important players at the table are the ones on your left, and especially the one sitting on your immediate left. This is because the three most important seats at the table — the seats from ...

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