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/Nov/2013

Bite Sized Poker Tips

By: royalraise85 @ 22:48 (EDT) / 380 / Comment ( 3 )

I don't know about the rest of you but I'm really enjoying these new Poker Bite videos at PokerSchoolOnline. If you haven't seen them yet you'll find them in the 'Video' tab at the top of this page.

This week's edition covers the topic of 'Check-Raising' profitably and I took the lessons learned to the tables tonight with some interesting, and profitable, results. It's great to see how the experienced Pro players approach those tough decisions and to learn from the tips and advice they share in these topical videos.

Check out this video where I take some of these bite-sized concepts to the tables. 

Raiser 

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