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Crushing Live Poker With Twitter

by Bart Hanson |  Published: Oct 02, 2013


July 10 – If you are making decisions based upon the size of the game you are probably playing too big There is a fine balance between “shot taking” and playing a game in which the monetary factor affects your decision making process. Some of the best players in the world have made most of their money by playing in big games that are good and also running well when playing in them. If you are going to shot take, however, you should have the confidence to not alter your style just because the game is big. This can be achieved a number of different ways, including selling off pieces of yourself or setting a stop loss. If you find yourself playing differently than normal just because the size of the game is larger, then you are probably doing something wrong. Now, this is not to say that you shouldn’t sometimes properly play conservatively ...

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