I play most forms of poker, including Omaha, Razz, and Stud, but my personal expertise is with everyone's favorite game: Texas Hold'em. I'm happy to answer any questions about the rules of the game or strategy... but save your bad beat stories for your mama. :)
I have been playing all kinds of poker since I was a kid, but I've played in the casinos and online since 2002. And while I'm not a full-time "poker pro" I have made a lot more money playing Hold'em than I've lost.
Aside from personal experience, I have studied most of the great poker players' books, such as Doyle Brunson's Super Systems, Phil Gordon's Little [insert color here] Books, David Sklansky's Theory of Poker, and I even suffered through Helmuth's book (just kidding - I enjoyed it).
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Don't let this guy limp into hands. If it comes down to just you and him, RAISE or BET BIG. He's just looking to see flops and chase draws. Don't let him. Make all of his moves costly. If he's calling
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Never heard of it. Let me know if you have any other questions or comments. Cordially, Richard Rost http://www.RichardRost.com?key=AllExpertsPoker I hope this information helps to solve
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