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Mike Dentale Wins 2017 CPPT Venetian December Extravaganza Main Event

Mike Dentale has won the 2017 Card Player Poker Tour Venetian December Extravaganza $3,500 no-limit hold’em main event. The 47-year-old window business owner from Brooklyn, New York defeated a field of 235 entries to win ...


Crushing Live Poker With Twitter

by Bart Hanson |  Published: May 24, 2017

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March 2 ­— In a multiway pot the player that calls next to act usually has a draw or a strong hand, especially from out of position. Use this to your advantage. A few weeks ago I played a very interesting hand at the Bicycle Casino where I got absolutely “owned.” The situation brings up a unique spot in multiway pots where a player in the blind calls “next to act” on the flop. The game was $5-$10-$20 and the table was very good. I had a decent image and sat with about $4,000. The villain in the hand was a recreational player that rarely slow plays and sat with a similar stack on the button. A player in middle position raised preflop to $80, the cutoff and button called and I completed for $60 more out of the big blind with 7 5. The flop came out Q 9 ...


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