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Jim’s All In Poker Volume XXII

August 20, 2016 David Snipes 0

Ever heard the term “A chip and a chair”? The phrase is common place now, but it comes from a real player in the 1982 Main Event of the World Series of Poker. Jack “Treetop” […]

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Jim’s All-In Poker Vol XVI:

July 2, 2016 David Snipes 0

Did you ever notice how many tournament outcomes are decided by one decision on one hand?  A person can be cruising along, crushing the table, when he decides to play one hand that is questionable […]

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Jim’s All-In Poker: Vol VIII

April 9, 2016 Jim Pryor 0

This week’s article is going to focus on a recent email I received.  A question came in last week regarding “pot committed”. — What would you say the line is for pot committed on a […]

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Jim’s All-In Poker Week VII

April 2, 2016 David Snipes 0

Aggressively Calling.  I had never heard of that before someone said it was their new strategy recently.  One guy I was playing with was making some of the strangest calls I’ve ever seen, and he […]

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Jim’s All-In Poker Week VI

March 26, 2016 David Snipes 0

Driving in to work this morning, I was working on this week’s article in my head, and was fully intending to write about the incredibly bad play I experienced last night in a two table […]

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Jim’s All-In Poker Week V

March 19, 2016 David Snipes 0

I got an email from a guy this weekend that described a home tournament he had just played in, and all the things that he felt were just terribly wrong in running and managing the […]

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Jim’s All-In Volume III

March 5, 2016 David Snipes 0

It’s a crazy world out there in poker land.  We can play all the right cards, and stink up the joint; and we can play seriously stupid cards, and flop a full house.  What that […]

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All-In Poker: Volume II

February 27, 2016 David Snipes 0

During a recent game, a comment was made about the appropriateness of playing bad cards.  Of course, the comment came after a short stack moved all in, and was called for very little by the […]