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To Slow Play or not to Slow Play


Hear comments from Tyler 'frosty012' Frost, Isaac 'Ike' Haxton and Felix 'xflixx' Schneiders on a hand that Tyler played on a No Limit Hold'em $1/$2 table on PokerStars.

Flopping the nuts is great but many players struggle with getting the most value out of it. If your opponent bets, do you smooth call or go for a raise? Check out todays editions to get the answers.

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  • Learn how to get the most value when flopping the nuts.
  • Improve raise sizing.
  • Understand why calling a marginal hand versus an early raiser might be a good idea at times.
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