I was talking with a friend of mine recently. He asked me the question above. We were discussing students of mine who recently had final tabled some $50 majors with seemingly billions of runners. My friend wanted to know what they were doing differently to cut through these bizarrely large online fields. “Honestly, man, can I show you a hand?” I asked. “I think it’s better to teach you this way.”
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In December of 2018, Alex Fitzgerald and D&B Publishing released his second book ‘Exploitative Play in Live Poker.’ The book is a follow-up to his successful first volume ‘The Myth of Poker Talent.’ I sat down with Alex in Queens, NY to talk about the book and what the reception has been like so far. […]
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