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Winning Poker Tournaments – Hand No. 17

by Matthew Hilger |  Published: Nov 28, 2012


Winning Poker Tournaments Volume III by Jon “PearlJammer” Turner, Eric “Rizen” Lynch, Jon “Apestyles” Van Fleet, and yours truly, analyzes 50 online poker hands. This article looks at hand #17. Seat 1: 25,100 Small Blind Seat 2: 70,285 Big Blind Seat 3: 51,661 Seat 4: 164,216 Seat 5: 97,523 is sitting out Seat 6: 47,365 Seat 7: 119,294 PearlJammer Seat 8: 55,874 Seat 9: 83,154 Button 2,000-4,000 Blinds, 400 Ante Setup: This is a hand played by PearlJammer in Seat 7. There are 311 players left in a major $215 tournament which paid 495 spots. First place is $105K, and the average stack is 108K. You are not familiar with your opponents and have not picked up any reliable reads. You assume that most of your opponents are satellite winners. Preflop 7 7 (9,600): Seat 3 limps under the gun. What do you do? PearlJammer I would come in for ...

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