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A Hand From the Card Player Poker Tour

by Jonathan Little |  Published: Oct 02, 2013

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For my first article for Card Player, I wanted to discuss a hand from the final table of the recent $5,000 buy-in Card Player Poker Tour event at the Venetian in Las Vegas. I made it to the final table with 1 million in chips, putting me squarely in third place behind two young, aggressive players. While I was totally card dead for the first hour, the rest of the table was gambling. When we were six handed, the stacks were: Seat 1: 1.8 million Loose, aggressive kid Seat 2: 400,000 Loose, aggressive guy who took many unconventional lines Seat 3: 2 million Loose, aggressive kid who proved he was willing to get pretty far out of line Seat 4: 1 million Card Player’s own Allyn Jaffrey Shulman, who was playing a good, tight, aggressive game Seat 5: 800,000 Me, I was playing a tight game mostly due to being ...


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