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Smokin' Poker - The ABC of 2NL

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Hi everyone, and welcome to a review of the Big Bang Final Table for June 2013, with commentary from PSO hand analysers CannonLee and ArtySmokesPS. The footage was recorded and edited by royalraise85.

Previous episodes can be found here: Part 1 | Part 2.

As we enter the endgame, there are four players remaining and the chip counts look like this:

innIvan 275,804 (55bb)
Murzik650 110.102 (22bb)
Kimmeriets 104,201 (21bb)
ELBo$$ito 38,893 (8bb
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Although there's a quite a big difference in stack sizes between the biggest and the shortest, we're at the stage where one double up can change everything. Look forward to some rapid-fire action four-handed, before an extended heads up battle.

Enjoy the video!

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Till next month, run good on the tables!

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