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Josh (joshpj1) Jackson

/Apr/2012

Pokerschool open skill league result

By: joshpj1 @ 04:53 (EDT) / 366 / Comment ( 1 )

Another very good run last night, lasted almost 4 hours and made it to 100th place, made a silly all-in decision and got beat. I  was no where near as active as the previous night where i made it to 116th place. But i made some good all-in decisions which doubled me up nicely. I noticed that as the number of players gets below 500, people are so much more willing to call all-ins, because everyone is hoping for a double up to guarantee them cashing in the game. I find that the very tight very aggressive style seems to work very well. tonight i am going to try to play a single table with small stacks. i'm going to try and go in with a stack of about $2.5 and try to get it up to $3.5 before the end of the night.

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