Another limped pot takes place at the final table of the $300 event at Stones Gambling Hall. This time, it gets punished.
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3 thoughts on “Weekly Poker Hand #226”
I’ve seen players limp in with all but AA or KK. Assuming there’s ICM pressure and one of the those player types limp in the lojack, would you play KQ, QJ, QT, or KJ in position? Or is there too much reverse implied odds?
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