andr3w321 on August 24th, 2010

Poker’s still going pretty meh this month. Rather than moan some more I figured I’d just publish an old article I wrote awhile back to keep my readers interested. Hope you like! Isildur1 has been tearing it up lately destroying all comers at NLH at the highest possible stakes and utilizing the “NO LIMIT” aspect […]

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andr3w321 on June 5th, 2010

Managed to make it all of about 2.5 hours of play in this one. In the first level a got a number of big pocket pairs and didn’t see a flop with any of them. I’m sort of conflicted because people seem to fold to my 3 bets with Aces but if I just flat […]

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andr3w321 on June 3rd, 2010

It’s been a busy couple of days. I just got back to Seattle from the Indy 500 on Sunday, and then flew out to Vegas on Tuesday to my first wsop event of the year today. May ended up with me losing $27k which is not so bad. I really just like to think of […]

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andr3w321 on April 8th, 2010

March ended up being a pretty good month for me. I made ~$34k online and lost $6.5k playing live for a total of around $27.5k. I’ll take it! Live I played a $1,100 tournament out at Tulalip and only managed to last five hours of play or so. I wrote down most of my hands […]

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andr3w321 on March 30th, 2010

It’s been awhile since my last no limit strategy posts Playing the Player and Exploiting a Regular and people seem to enjoy them so I thought I’d give another one a go. I’ve been grinding some 2/4 NL lately so I’ve noticed that pretty much all the regs mass table with a tight, straightforward and […]

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andr3w321 on October 30th, 2009

After my September article was so hand history intensive I thought I’d make this month’s more qualitative in nature so what follows is my guide to shot taking or moving up. 1. Have a stop loss. This is by far the most important thing to come up with before you jump into a new game. […]

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andr3w321 on October 1st, 2009

I played a couple of 400nl sessions this month and encountered a number of mediocre regulars there. The difference between the 2/4 and 10/20 regs is really night and day. I thought I would make an article showcasing one regulars’ leaks I saw and how I exploited them. I’ll start by posting my graph vs […]

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andr3w321 on July 27th, 2009

I’m often asked should I be 3-betting AJo from the button or what range do you call a 3-bet on the button with vs a big blind 3 bet? My answer is always the same and most good players will have the same response. It depends. What does it depend on? Your opponents tendencies. Don’t […]

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