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Heads Up With Andy Bloch

by Karina Jett |  Published: Dec 25, 2009


Semibluffing Andy Bloch has won more than $4 million in tournaments and has gained the respect of his fellow poker players over the years with his mathematical approach to the game of poker. His list of accomplishments includes second-place finishes in the 2006 World Series of Poker $50,000 H.O.R.S.E. event, the 2008 NBC National Heads-Up Poker Championship, and the 2008 WSOP pot-limit hold’em world championship. The Full Tilt pro recently sat down with Card Player TV to discuss bluffing with outs. Kristy Arnett: In a “Full Tilt Tip From the Pros,” you talk about semibluffing. First of all, for those who don’t know, can you explain exactly what semibluffing is? Andy Bloch: Well, from the name, you can tell that it has something to do with bluffing. It’s bluffing, but when you get called, you still may end up winning the hand. Let’s say that you move all in on ...

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