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Crushing Live Poker With Twitter

by Bart Hanson |  Published: Jan 03, 2018


The check call lead out on the turn can be attacked. A few weeks ago I played an interesting hand in a three-bet pot at the Bicycle Casino in Los Angeles. The game was $5-$5 no limit hold’em and had a maximum buy in of $1,000. I was doing well for the session and sat with $2,200. The villain in the hand had had a $5,000 stack at one point but had lost a bunch of pots and now sat with just $1,000. It was pretty obvious to me that he was a fairly recreational player as he had drastically overplayed hands when he sat deep. It was also obvious that he was a little flustered. I sat to his immediate left and in the hand in question it was folded to him in the cutoff and he made a standard open to $20. I looked down on the button ...

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