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Mike Dentale Doubles Up

Mike Dentale put in a handful of chips, essentially committing his stack, and Mark Radoja responded by going all in. Dentale called off the rest, tabling A10, but he was in bad shape against Radoja’s ...


Crushing Live Poker With Twitter

by Bart Hanson |  Published: Jun 25, 2014

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May 28 — Getting tourney guys in cash games is a dream. Most run bad bluff lines, don’t value bet thinly, pot control too much and can’t fold top pair As we find ourselves in the middle of the WSOP I figured that it would be a good time to discuss the adjustments that we should make playing against “tournament” players in a cash game. First of all, whenever we get into this situation it is an absolute dream for winning ring-game players. Most of the time players that play only tournaments are losing players in general. This is not always true, but in poker we usually have to deal with stereotypes and generalizations when dealing with unknowns. Nowadays, it is almost impossible to beat live tournaments that don’t have ridiculously high buy-ins because of the cost of travel and the high tournament entry fees. So if you find someone ...


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