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It is near impossible to give students a rote yes or no answer to every possible poker situation that arises. In fact, most questions about specific hands demand the answer, "It depends." With that in mind, I am beginning a new series of articles detailing hands I have played with the intention of showing my thought process during the hand, rather than trying to tell you how to play the exact same situation. You're unlikely to be in the exact same situation. But you can use the same processes to break down a hand you're in and come to the correct decision in your specific situation.
Which I didn't do in every hand I will go over. Sometimes, after all the cards were shown, it turns out I made the wrong decision. But I'll tell you why, and you can decide for yourself whether the information I had at the time should have led me to the right call, or if I made the best use of the available information I had.
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Here's another article inspired by my recent Reno trip. It's called Knowing Your Opponents -- Before They Play a Hand.