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by Gavin Griffin |  Published: May 02, 2012


Throughout my time as a professional poker player, I’ve had plenty of opportunity to learn different games. I started off playing wild card kitchen table games with my friends and then progressed to limit hold ‘em, limit Omaha-eight-or-better, no-limit hold‘em, pot-limit Omaha (PLO), triple draw, etcetera. I have a pretty firm grasp on the strategy for all of these games though I would consider myself world class at few. One of the advantages this affords me is being able to game select a little better than most, especially at the lower limits. If the limit hold‘em game I’m in isn’t very good, and there are no seats in the other games going, I can play Omaha-eight-or-better or PLO. This allows me to be in the best game possible for me at any given time and is a huge advantage, especially for someone trying to build his bankroll. As a result ...

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