Sunday, June 20, 2010

Poker gems, #369

Ed Miller, in Card Player magazine column, April 21, 2010 (vol. 23, #8), p. 50.

The guy who won't fold is usually the most profitable opponent at the table for you. You're going to miss out on the party if you tighten up too much and wait to catch a big pair or flop a set. I mention this first because it's my experience that tightening up is exactly how most players react to a non-folder. It's ridiculous when the loosest guy at the table has trouble getting action, but I've seen it many times. You're going to get the guy's money by playing with him, not by waiting and waiting.

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