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 August 31st, 2009

If you haven’t checked out my What makes a good PLO player? article yet I suggest you read that before continuing. There’s lots of PLO leaks that are very, very common but hard to spot unless you know to look for them. Until July I think I was down something ridiculous like 40 buyins at […]

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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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