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Head Games: How Strategies Differ for World Series of Poker Events as Compared to the World Poker Tour and the European Poker Tour With Chris Hunichen, Liv Boeree, and Sunny Patel

by Craig Tapscott |  Published: Mar 04, 2015

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Craig Tapscott: How does your strategy vary playing World Series of Poker vs. European Poker Tour or World Poker Tour events? Please go into detail as to stack sizes, type of competition, levels, and so on. Chris Hunichen: Well, the WSOP events start out fairly deep, even though most people seem to think it’s super shallow. One of the biggest mistakes I see every year at the WSOP from professionals is so many of them like to late register these tournaments. A lot of people complain about how shallow it is, but many people miss the 25-25 blind level. This is unique, because it is the only time during the tournament that the small blind and big blind will be the same. Once the blind level goes up to 25-50 the number of big blinds in your hand is instantly cut in half. So, to me, I found that it’s extremely ...


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