THREE TOURNAMENT PLAYING MISTAKES IN A SINGLE HAND
By Kenneth R. Smith
I was playing a Sit and Go tournament at Global Player last week, and I managed to position myself with a small lead going into the last hand. I also had the benefit of betting and acting last on the hand, so I had a good chance of winning the table. My bet amount was just right, but once the cards were dealt I managed to make three big mistakes playing the hand. Read on to see what I meanÖ
Iíll simplify the situation for my example by saying I have a narrow $10 lead going into the final hand. Letís say my bankroll is $2010, and my opponent has $2000. My opponent bets first and wagers $100. I match his $100 bet. So far, so good.
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