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A Costly Lesson at Stones Gambling Hall

by Jonathan Little |  Published: Mar 28, 2018


I recently had the pleasure of traveling to Stones Gambling Hall in Citrus Heights, California to play in and commentate on their games. If you have never been to Stones, you are missing out. The venue is classy and the action is off the charts. It is a gambling hall, after all. While observing the players play on stream, one thing that stuck out like a sore thumb was that many of the players loved to see the flop, but once any substantial amount of money went into the pot, they tended to have premium hands. I commentated one of the nights with Michael Loncar and he pointed out this trait on a regular basis. Just because someone is loose, splashy, and aggressive on the early betting rounds does not necessarily mean they are loose, splashy and aggressive on the later betting rounds or when significant money goes into the ...

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