February 16, 2021Jonathan Little
It’s always nice to flop a set, but even more so when it happens in the World Series of Poker (WSOP) Main Event in a multi-way pot. That’s exactly what happened to me in a hand that is featured in this week’s strategy column.
It happened in the 75/150 level when the player in the hijack opened for 400 and the cutoff called. I looked
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