Category Archives: Hand History

Patience Pays Off in Poker

All of the meaningful action happened in the last 30 minutes of my session. Even though I was already planning on leaving since it was quite late, I stayed around a couple of orbits after all of these hands happened … Continue reading

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Wintergarden East Wild West

Remember the old Westerns where card players leaned back on their wooden chairs so they could extract aces from their boots, and they didn’t play table stakes so eventually somebody’s horse or farm would be in the pot? Well that’s … Continue reading

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Greektown Heater

Hello. It’s been a while since I have posted on this blog, mostly because there has been no podcast. It was strange not being part of the Michigan poker community after having the Michigan Poker Monster podcast for three years. … Continue reading

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Paired Board Episode

If you have any comments or questions about our Paired Board episode, please feel free to post here.  How do you play paired boards on the flop? Wait and see or push until you get pushed back? Please also give … 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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