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Bluffing In 2-7 Triple Draw

by Gavin Griffin |  Published: Jun 08, 2016


I’ve been playing mixed games regularly lately and it’s been a great break from the monotony of no-limit hold ‘em. We start a new table, pick which games we want to play (Usually limit hold ‘em, Omaha eight-or-better, Stud eight-or-better, 2-7 triple draw, Badugi, and Razzdugi), and get going. We play eight hands of each game and since almost every other game in the room is hold ‘em, our game turns some heads. Stud is a novelty to see and the draw games look like some sort of alien game to a hold ‘em player. I was playing in another game while I waited for the mixed game to start and one of the players who noticed I’ve been playing that game quite often was asking me a few questions about it. After some rules explanations and discussion of some basic ideas about a few of the games, he said ...

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