Strategy: Blowing Up Huge +EV Spots
Poker is all about EV. Wanna know what is the true key part of every online player's career? It's determining which spots represent lucrative opportunities to make money and which spots are just hints of a gross skin disease one might be getting into because of a lack of Vitamin B from not being exposed to any sunlight whatsoever. When you pass up a +EV spot, you do not earn any money, while others do. And when he refused to stake him anymore, Masuronike did not indeed earn any money. But boy, Rounder sure did:
barrabod's revolutionary opening range
By using this hyper-aggresive opening range designed by barrabod you can show the entire table that you definitely, most definitely ain't a pussy! What is the best counter-strategy to such a range is what I wanna know in the comments!
Remember the whole livbeoree shtick?
Yep, it is still going on.
Taska86 bags in two huge scores!
With "Taska" meaning "bag" in some post-Soviet dialects, the owner of this apparently lucky username would sure need all 86 of them if he was to manually transfer all the cash he won on his most recent & a rather successful Sunday. First, he came in second in French Night on Stars for over €5,700 before topping that an hour later in $16,50 Turbo for additional $8,162 - huge congratz!!
Sentin is our Joker of the Week!
The man behind the legendary "Bish, where is my money?" clip following the Black Friday went strong last week on TiltBook. Using his creative force, Sentin managed to dug up some real gold, including this post which I am simply incapable of stopping laughing at:
"When I manual register to try to skip the
queue and end up with two good HU regs.."
Wanna see yourself in here next week?
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In the meantime, take care! :)
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