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Ben Wilinofsky Does Homework to Capitalize on Player’s Tendencies

by Craig Tapscott |  Published: Aug 22, 2012


Ben “NeverScaredB” Wilinofsky is a Canadian native who graduated with an honors degree in business administration in 2009. He won the 2011 EPT Berlin main event for $1,174,143. Wilinofsky’s largest online cash was for winning a PokerStars rebuy event in 2010 for $95,000. He has more than $4,000,000 in combined live and online career tournament cashes. Wilinofsky’s EPT win was his first live title, first EPT cash, and first cash on the live tournament circuit. He considers himself a master of karate and friendship to everyone. Event 2011 EPT Berlin Players 773 Entry $7,500 First Prize $1,174,143 Finish 1st Hand No. 1 Key Concepts: Adjusting to a player’s tendencies; Awareness of previous hands that an opponent has played Craig Tapscott: I understand that you did a lot of research to be ready for the final few tables in this event, in regards to hand histories and player tendencies. Ben Wilinofsky: ...

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