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/Jan/2011

Early Round Renegades

By: Hot$$auce_AA @ 22:35 (EST) / 1 / Comment ( 0 )

I am trying to figure out the best way to play against all the early round people who push and shove with nothing or call with nothing and just want to bluff...It seems playing REALLY tight helps avoid some undeserved losses but you cannot just sit and fold every hand because Joe Blow just watched Poker After Dark and wants to be the next Dwan and bluff everything...I am not sure if pushing in over a 350 raise preflop with A4 when I have KK is stupid or what...but it WINS...or like just now...waited for KK and bet big to received an ALL IN raise from guy with AT....Hmm Ace on river...who thinks AT is worth shoving in with? I guess I will go back down another 20 points now and have to wait until tomorrow to try again...

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