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Crushing Live Poker With Twitter

by Bart Hanson |  Published: Sep 02, 2015


July 20 — You shouldn’t make a habit of trying to bluff recreational players off what they perceive to be big hands #crushlivepoker One of the biggest mistakes that I see aspiring professionals or serious players that are playing for profit make is trying to move recreational players off of what those players perceive to be strong hands. You see, there are a lot of casual players that come to the casino only a few times a month. They may have fought through traffic, especially where I play in Los Angeles, to make their trip to the card room and most are not interested in folding what they perceive to be good holdings. This is not to say that they might not play tight preflop. In fact, it could be quite the opposite. I see a lot of guys who feel a bit overmatched in today’s playing circles really tighten ...

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