Monthly Archives: August 2012

Making a Case for Tournament Poker

As primarily a cash game player in the great state of Michigan, I’ve heard all the arguments for why the real money is in cash games instead of tournaments.  Variance is too high in tournaments. Your hourly rate can be … Continue reading

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A Costly Lesson

 I dropped a couple of buy-ins at Cada’s Poker Room last night after going on tilt after a hand that I played awfully.  The villain in this hand is a reg (everyone seemed to know him by name, he acted … Continue reading

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Getting Full Value

A quick recap of my last two months since I have not been blogging at all: June was horrific for my already small bankroll.  I played approximately 40 hours of NLHE and lost approximately $800, bypassing January as my worst … Continue reading

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