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Capture the Flag: Chip Jett

by Brian Pempus |  Published: Jul 11, 2012


Las Vegas resident Chip Jett is a fixture in fixed-limit cash games around town. The veteran poker pro has been making a living on the felt for years. He’s had success on the tournament circuit as well. He’s accumulated more than $2 million in earnings, winning 11 tournaments since 2000. Card Player caught up with Jett during a break in play at the 2012 World Series of Poker. Brian Pempus: OK, so, stud high-low, can you give some beginner advice? Chip Jett: The best advice in that game is to try and make a low and fall into a high, rather than starting with high cards where you are going for half the pot. This way you can get yourself into freeroll situations. It’s easier to make a high once you’ve already made a low. There are certain situations when playing big pairs can be profitable, but for a beginner ...

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