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Crushing Live Poker With Twitter

by Bart Hanson |  Published: Jun 13, 2012


Feb 21st: Try to peg unknown players as good or bad as fast as possible Whenever I think about unknown players, I am reminded of a hand that I played at the Commerce Casino about one year ago. The game was $5-$10 no-limit with a $1500 max buy-in. I had had a pretty good session and was up to $4000.  The table next to us just broke and a new, young, Asian guy had just sat down with $5000. He appeared to play pretty tight for two orbits until we got mixed up in the following hand. I opened to $35 in mid position with 9 8, the button called and this guy reraised to $175 out of the big blind. Because I thought he was tight, and we were deep, I decided to call in position. The button folded and we were heads up. The flop came out Q ...

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