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Mid States Poker Tour – Selling Action

I know it is late notice but I procrastinate a lot. Kind of like writing blogs. So anyways, here is the deal: I am playing the day 1b on Friday, May 16th at noon.  Buy-in is $1100 and I will sell up to 50% of my action for 1.145 markup in 5% increments.  (I’m playing [&hellip

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First Tourney of the Year – Firekeepers $240

This past Sunday, IDKMyBFFJill and I drove out to Firekeepers Casino in Battle Creek to play the now semi-monthly $240.  We met up with Frank Panama from the Michigan Poker Monster Podcast as well as buggits30, n1ghtmare and boutrous11 from the 2+2 Detroit thread.  After a quick brunch at Smoke & Fire in the hotel [&hellip

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Aggressive Players

I like raising. In all honesty, it’s just plain fun opening with J7 and seeing people bewildered when you show down a hand like that. Beyond it just being fun, it becomes A LOT more difficult to put me on a hand. I could have AA or 45 or K3, or anything in between. Therefore, [&hellip

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3 Betting Out of Position

I’m back! Again. Before we get started, someone commented about how else to counteract an aggressive player. I would like to address that first, and then move on to the new article. Eric, we have played before, and I highly doubt you have 4 or 5 bet someone super light more than twice in your [&hellip

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Re-Entry Tournaments

It’s been a while since I have written anything.  I’ve been busy pursuing other, non-poker related projects.  However, I have had a bit of time to travel, with one trip being to Atlantic City. Between this, an article written by Matt Savage, a 2+2 thread attached, and my experiences playing many events around the country, [&hellip

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Fundraiser for Firefighter Brian Woehlke

 In the middle of June, Krazy Kopz Poker Room inside Vision Lanes in Westland, MI will hold its $100 buy-in “Joes vs Pros Poker Tournament” benefiting Westland Fire Fighter Public Awareness Committee.  Proceeds from the day’s event will go to the family of Firefighter Brian Woehlke who was killed in the line of duty while battling a [&hellip

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