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Our Poker column puts readers in touch with the experts for the thinking behind the trickiest and most challenging poker hands. World Poker Tour (WPT) professional and television analyst Tony Dunst, along with Scott Fischman and other WPT players, break down the tactics and strategy used by some of the most prominent players in the world.
Scott, As a regular no-limit hold 'em cash-game player, I have a pretty good grounding in pot odds and make a lot of my plays based on this knowledge. -- Brett J. Dear Brett, It's important to feed on those mistakes when playing a no-limit cash game.
A long time ago, poker legend Doyle Brunson wrote that the key to no-limit hold 'em is to put a man to a decision for all his chips. We all know those spots. I recently moved to Mexico to resume playing online poker legally.
I'm used to having a hyper-aggressive image at the table. The opponent in this hand, "The Villain," and I have played lots of hands together, often putting in three- and four-bets preflop against each other.
It's a rare strategy to get over half your stack into the pot and then fold. On Day Two of the World Poker Tour L.A. Poker Classic main event, I found myself at a tough table full of young professionals I see regularly on the tour.
Scott, I enjoy reading your weekly poker column in the Sun Sentinel down here in South Florida. I feel as if most hands shouldn't be folded until I see the flop.
It was Day Three of the World Poker Tour's L.A. Poker Classic main event earlier this year. A player with 200,000 opened under the gun to 4,600.
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