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Final Table Takedown: Dominik Nitsche Shares Continuation Betting and Player Tendency Strategies vs. High Level Opponents

by Craig Tapscott |  Published: Dec 20, 2017

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Dominik Nitsche began playing poker like most of today’s young guns, online. He entered his first live event after turning 18 and won it, the 2009 LAPT Mar del Plata main event in Argentina for $381,030. In 2012, he won a World Series of Poker bracelet in a $1,000 event for $654,797. In 2013, he finished third in the WSOP Europe main event for $551,000 and followed that up the next year by winning another $1,000 event and the $10,000 WSOP Circuit National Championship. He is also a World Poker Tour champion having captured the 2012 WPT Emperors Palace Poker Classic title. Most recently, Nitsche took down his fourth bracelet in the WSOP Europe High Roller for One Drop, banking $4,049,782 and bringing his lifetime live tournament earnings to more than $11 million. Event: World Series of Poker Europe High Roller for One Drop Players: 132 Entry: $129,022 First Prize: ...


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