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Final-Table Takedown: Jake Cody Understands the Importance of Table Dynamics in Preflop Play

by Craig Tapscott |  Published: Nov 12, 2010

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Jake Cody is a British poker player from Rochdale, England. He won the 2010 PokerStars European Poker Tour Deauville main event, for $1,199,000. The former psychology student is acknowledged as one of the brightest rising stars on the live-tournament circuit. Online, he is known as “Neverbluff67.” He has won more than $650,000 in online tournaments alone. Event: World Poker Tour London Poker Classic main event Players in the Event: 171 Buy-in: $7,634 First Prize: $425,492 Finish: First Hand No. 1 Stacks: Jake Cody – 220,000 Huckleberry Seed – 130,000 Villain – 150,000 Blinds: 3,000-6,000 Antes: 750 Players at the Table: 9 HAND NO. 1 Key Concepts: Table dynamics; stack sizes; hand ranges Craig Tapscott: I know that the hands leading up to the final table are very important in establishing your image and building a stack. So, set up the table dynamics for this hand for us. Jake Cody: I’d ...


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