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10 hands from my 2014 WSOP Main Event

Since the WSOP Main Event is just around the corner, today I am going to share with you the first 10 hands I played in the 2014 WSOP Main Event. While I didn’t make an extremely deep run, I did end up cashing for $22,678. I actually recorded every significant hand I played

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Fixing to World Class Gamers | Jonathan Little

That is my desk out of a current $25,000 buy event. Poker tournaments are somewhat intriguing, particularly in comparison to money games, since the ability level of your competitors may fluctuate wildly. While there’ll be losers and winners at a $1/$ money game, the majority of the gamers just don’t play too

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Australia Trip Report | Jonathan Little

My view in Melbourne As most of you know, I spent all of October, 2014 in Australia.  I decided to make the trip to play the WSOP APAC events even though EPT London, which turned out to be a much larger tournament, was going on at roughly the same time. I decided

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Travel Rake | Jonathan Little

In this blog article I’ll detail a few of the very expensive escapes that aspiring poker experts don’t understand or even admit. I’ll also outline methods that you plug this flow so that it does not ruin your bankroll. It must be mentioned that this article is for folks that care about

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10 Things You Can Begin Doing TODAY to Boost Your Poker Game

In this blog article, I’ll list and describe 10 items you may begin doing now that will enhance your poker game. Even when you simply employ one of these hints given below, you increase your success rate. There’s never a better time to begin advancing than now. 1. ) Start reraising using

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10 Factors of a Prosperous Game

I hear online poker players discuss how they despise poker and the way they think it’s intrinsically a lousy match. In fact, poker is a fantastic game for a lot of factors. I read quite few weekly columns, however, one that I do not miss is Mark Rosewater’s”Making Magic”.  Although his posts

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The Dragon Stack WSOP Event

That’s a great deal of folks! © PokerNews The 2014 WSOP introduced the idea of this”Monster Stack” championship, which offers each participant with a far bigger starting stack compared to usual. Though it’s a famous fact among practitioners they have a bigger border with a bigger stack than some smaller pile, the

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Training Steven Begleiter for Your 2009 WSOP Final Table

Steve in the WSOP Final Table. Picture © PokerNews That is really a”Retro Blog” out of 11/8/2010 talking the time that I spent training 2009 WSOP Main Event final table manhood, Steven Begleiter. Back after I originally made this article, I was a horrible writer. I chose to tidy up the Bible