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Vincent Moscati Wins ($54,540), Alexander Carmosino Eliminated In Second Place ($33,339)

Alexander Carmasino was all-in holding QJ, but he was dominated by Vincent Moscati’s AQ. The board ran out 885A10 and Moscati finally claimed the last pot of the tournament. Carmosino, who was a runaway freight ...

Crushing Live Poker With Twitter

by Bart Hanson |  Published: Nov 28, 2012


Oct 16th—Raise folding turn donk lead can be a solid line when you are the preflop raiser Most incapable of bet 3 betting draws COMBO OCT 20th—Raising the turn to see a free showdown can definitely be a useful tool if you plan on calling down One of the most awkward spots you can find yourself in in today’s no-limit games is an opponent who check/calls your continuation bet on the flop and then donk leads the turn when something scary appears. There are many ways to interpret this line and there is no right answer as to exactly what it means. However, especially at the lower levels, players who check/call then lead are usually not capable of bet/three-betting a draw. Therefore, by raising, not only do you freeze your opponent, but you actually get extra value from their draws as well as getting to a free showdown at the ...

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