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CPPT VI - Golden Gates Casino

$600 No-Limit Hold'em

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Day 1A Finishes With 55 Players

The Card Player Poker Tour has made its way to Black Hawk, Colorado for the inaugural stop at the Golden Gates Casino, and by all early indications, it’s already guaranteed to be a massive success. ...


 
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Poker Strategy With Alan Schoonmaker: Playing With Fear

by Alan Schoonmaker | Published: Jul 15, '17

Jason Zweig’s Your Money and Your Brain cites research that suggests that fear is much more common and has much greater effects than most poker players believe. Poker players rarely discuss fear. It doesn’t fit our preferred image. We want to believe …

Poker Strategy With Alan Schoonmaker: It's Not Personal

by Alan Schoonmaker | Published: Jun 21, '17

The Card Player Poker School has partnered with the best U.S.-facing online poker room, Americas Cardroom, to offer you an exclusive opportunity to practice your game. Sign up for Americas Cardroom today and received up to a 100 percent bonus on your …

Poker Strategy With Alan Schoonmaker: Why You Can't Beat Low Limit Games

by Alan Schoonmaker | Published: Aug 19, '14

Many players complain bitterly that they can’t beat $2-$4, $3-$6, and $4-$8 fixed limit games. They insist that they play well, but lose because: “There are too many idiots.” “They don’t respect my raises.” “They chase with weak draws.” “My good hands …

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System 1 And System 2

by Alan Schoonmaker |  Published: Jan 03, '18

My previous article introduced Dr. Kahneman’s Thinking Fast and Slow. He’s a Nobel Laureate, and it can improve your thinking. One valuable lesson was his answer to that old question: Which is better, intuition or logic? He calls them “System 1” and “ …

Thinking Fast And Slow

by Alan Schoonmaker |  Published: Nov 08, '17

You’re not as rational, unbiased, or unemotional as you think you are. Who says so? Dr. Daniel Kahneman, and he received a Nobel Prize in Economics for his research with Amos Twersky. Since no other Ph.D. psychologist received the top award for economics …

Regret: Part Two

by Alan Schoonmaker |  Published: Oct 11, '17

Part One said that feeling or anticipating regret causes many costly mistakes. To avoid or reduce it, you may: • Play too long when you’re losing. • Chase without pot odds. • Play too passively. • Ignore evidence about an opponent’s cards, skill, or …

Regret

by Alan Schoonmaker |  Published: Sep 19, '17

Jason Zweig’s Your Money and Your Brain reports research that shows that emotions have caused millions of irrational investing decisions. The same emotions cause countless poker mistakes. Regret Is Very Painful His “Regret” chapter says, “Losing money on …

Fear: Part Two

by Alan Schoonmaker |  Published: Aug 16, '17

My first column on fear began: “Jason Zweig’s Your Money and Your Brain cites research that suggests that fear is much more common and has much greater effects than most poker players believe.” That column and others about Zweig’s book said that our …

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