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From Omaha to hold'em, and a few lessons in between - by Roy Bhasin - Sat Sep 06, 2014, 06:13 AM
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by Roy Bhasin

I've just got home from my first poker trip in a few months, and despite busting on day one I had the most fun I have had in years playing a live tournament. The event was the ANZPT Melbourne, and to be honest I wasn't really looking forward to it during the week or two leading up to it. As primarily an online pot-limit Omaha cash game grinder, live no-limit hold'em tournaments can't get much farther away from my comfort zone .....

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