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Letting a Poker Hand Go


In this edition of Poker Bites we take a look at a hand played by Tyler 'frosty012' Frost in a 200NL No Limit Hold'em cash game on PokerStars. On the Flop we are holding what looks at first glance to be a very strong set but of course, in poker, everything is not always as straightforward as it would first seem.

Hear comments from Tyler 'frosty012' Frost, Isaac 'Ike' Haxton and Alex 'Kanu7' Millar

Highlight points
  • Suited-connector cards can often play very well in multiway pots.
  • The importance of the strength of your kicker card.
  • Ranging your opponents and letting cards go when you think you are beat.
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