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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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Shoot Out Tournaments

In the last two months I have been reading a lot about the lack of good tournament structures in Michigan poker rooms. Then Cada’s Poker Room opens with deep, slow structures, and I start hearing the opposite from the players … Continue reading

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New Room Opens in Sterling Heights

 Yesterday was the opening of Cadas Poker and Sports Grill. The first thing I noticed was how packed the parking lot was when I arrived.  Still lots of spots open since it was a big parking lot shared with other … Continue reading

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If I Could Do Math Faster

I recently had a panel of local players on the Michigan Poker Monster to discuss the merits of playing a tournament hand where the chip leader and second-in-chips had already limped into the pot, and I looked down at aces.  … Continue reading

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