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A Typical Low Limit Game, Part 2

At the risk of beating a critically-important point to death, here’s a question…

How do you spot the weak players in low-limit hold ‘em?

Answer: Look around! There they are. ALL of them!

No kidding. In a ten-handed game at low limits, it is almost certain that you are seated with nine bad players.

In a typical ten-handed game, five or six are just average bad. One or two are just slightly bad. And one or two are outrageously bad. But they all have one thing in common. None of them understand how the game works.

That said, your task as a solid player is not to figure out who the bad players are.

As a solid player, your task is to categorize each player by how they are bad.

learn more… A Typical Low-Limit Game, Part 3

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