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Mistakes $1-$2 Players Make

by Ed Miller |  Published: Apr 30, 2014


This article is the first in a three-part series about typical mistakes that live regular players make. I have the articles separated by stakes. This article is about the mistakes that $1-$2 no-limit hold’em players make. Of course, not every $1-$2 player is the same. Everyone comes at the game with a different perspective. And someone who typically plays $10-$20 could sit in your $1-$2 game tomorrow. But I’ve had a lot of success over the years by assuming that an unknown player at a certain stakes level will tend to play much like the other players at that level. I believe that there are many traits that $1-$2 players tend to share, and I feel comfortable extending assumptions about these traits to a player who is completely unknown to me. Every once in a while I get proven wrong, but it works out well by far the majority of ...

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