The Counter-Striking Style: Level Three Thinking in Low-Stakes Tournaments

Most of the regulars in a low-stakes tournament are pretty decent level two thinkers, but if you see them coming you can knock them out with a counterpunch.

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Triton SHR: Holz Three-Barrels O’Dwyer

Fedor Holz has now won back-to-back Super High Roller events. At the Triton Cali Cup, he played a particularly interesting hand against Steve O’Dwyer in which the latter folded to Holz’s third barrel.

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EPT Prague: Ensan’s Wild Ride, Part II

Hossein Ensan’s heads-up match with Gleb Tremzin was every bit as weird and entertaining as the rest of his final table run, and not without controversy.

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WPT Prague: Fahredin Mustafov and the Three-Body Problem

Multiway pots can be tricky. At the Partypoker WPT Prague Main Event final table, Fahredin Mustafov got himself in trouble bluffing on a three-way river.

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Postflop Fireworks at WPT Montreal

The WPT Montreal Fall Classic had an excellent final table. Two back-to-back hands in particular stood out as great examples of postflop aggression.

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November Nine: Don’t Three-Barrel McKeehen

The final day of the Main Event played out predictably, but what’s interesting is that Blumenfield and Beckley both hung themselves much the same way.

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November Nine: Second-Night Gear Changes

The second night of play at the WSOP Main Event Final Table saw most players gearing up, while Neil Blumenfield has slowed down.

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November Nine: Blumenfield Fails to Find the Third Barrel

One of the more interesting hands from last night’s beginning to the Main Event final table was a blind-vs.-blind battle between Neil Blumenfield and Zvi Stern.

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Lopez and Jattin Play an Odd Hand in WSOPE #6

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Farid Jattin and Mario Lopez have just played a weirdly passive hand in World Series of Poker Europe Event #6. What could they have been thinking?

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The Basics of Negotiation: Lessons from the WCOOP Main Event

The 2015 WCOOP Main Event ended in a four-way deal, in which ‘Nolet20′ got the lion’s share of the pie and ‘beertjes79′ gave up way too much.

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