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Capture the Flag with Jarod Ludemann

by Brian Pempus |  Published: Apr 16, 2014


Jarod Ludemann grinds at $2-$5 and $5-$10 no-limit hold’em for a living in South Florida, and has found great success doing so. He said that the games in the Sunshine State are phenomenal. Originally a limit hold’em player, Ludemann, now 25 years of age, made the transition to no-limit because that’s where the action is. After coaching golf for a couple of years, the Minnesota State University Mankato graduate decided to take a shot at cards. Ludemann is also the former roommate of World Series of Poker champ Ryan Riess. The two lived together in South Florida prior to Riess winning poker’s biggest tournament. Card Player caught up with Ludemann to delve into his start with the game and his success at winning in the limit and no-limit cash games he frequents. Brian Pempus: First off, how did you get started playing? Jarod Ludemann: My family was always big on ...

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