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/Aug/2010

#4 and #5, much better results

By: SixTwo_62 @ 20:49 (EDT) / 180 / Comment ( 0 )
So with a change in strategy in the early rounds, I was actually able to hit some flops with my good hands to accumulate some chips. I played super tight during the first 4 rounds in both the 4th and 5th tournaments. At one point I was dealt KK and QQ back to back. I doubled up with KK when a loose player called my all in, and picked up the pot after a raise and a Cbet with my QQ. As play progressed in the later rounds, I tried to open up and play more hands, but this is one part of my game that I need to work on. I still may play too tight in the later rounds and need to work on better hand reading. Overall I am please to see my strategy is working out.
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