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Playing Monsters Optimally In Unraised Pots


Hear comments from Team Online members Isaac 'Ike Haxton' Haxton, Felix 'xflixx' Schneiders and Randy 'nanonoko' Lew on one of the most discussed hand posted on boomplayer.com – a site that replays hands from PokerStars. 

Most people think Poker is easy when you hit big hands. Maybe that's true, but you can still make mistakes. This hand is a perfect example. Even if you won't learn anything, the outcome is still unbelievable. Watch the hand played out HERE.

Highlight points.
  • Learn how to play a monster without being the preflop raiser.
  • Improve your preflop play with small pairs.
  • See what to do when check-raising goes wrong.
     




    Playing Small Pairs

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