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Hand 2 Hand Combat -- Andrew Lichtenberger

Andrew Lichtenberger Goes Deep in the 2009 World Series of Poker Main Event

by Craig Tapscott |  Published: Sep 18, 2009


Event 2009 World Series of Poker main event Players in the Event: 6,494 First Prize: $8,546,435 Finish: 18th Hand No. 1, Day 3 Players at the Table: 9 Stacks: Andrew Lichtenberger – 115,000; Villain – 205,000 Blinds: 800-1,600 Antes: 200 Craig Tapscott: It’s day three of the biggest poker event of the year. What’s your strategy for the day? You don’t seem like a player who is there just to hang in to make the money. Andrew Lichtenberger: My strategy is just to keep playing the best poker that I can and keep making the best decisions that I can during every hand. Cashing is nice, because it’s a $10,000 buy-in, but it’s not a big concern, really. The only situation that would cause me to change the way that I play a particular hand would be if it occurred on the bubble, where it would be a mistake to ...

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