Poker Coverage: Poker Tournaments U.S. Poker Markets Sports Betting Poker Strategy


by David Downing |  Published: Aug 01, 2009


In my continuing travels to sample every game possible, without ever seeming to settle down, I have now gone back to the first cash game I ever learned, pot-limit Omaha. Of course being able to play a wide variety of games is an advantage for any player. The problem can become that you end up a jack of all trades but master of none. You also miss out on the spikes and surges that happen in a particular game in time, simply because you are playing elsewhere. When people were murdering their money at a rate unparalleled in no-limit hold’em, I was playing unimaginably tough pot-limit Omaha games. As these games were starting to be squeezed, I was missing out on the ridiculous free money exercise taking place in pot-limit Omaha high-low. Ho hum. One of the challenges of switching games is you can switch mindset. Now at the highest ...

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