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Losing With Hands That Should Win

Posted  June 11, 2015  by  Chris Wilcox

That’s the story of poker isn’t it? Bad beats, suck-outs, losing with hands that should win is part of the game and it’s something you have to get used to. Unless of course you are a terrible player and you never get your money in ‘good’. Then I guess you don’t have to worry about […]

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Pocket Aces at The Colossus WSOP Event

Posted  June 8, 2015  by  Chris Wilcox

Today’s topic will dissect a hand I played recently that involves Pocket Aces at the Colossus WSOP Event in Las Vegas. Before you think this is some horror story bad-beat rant and move on to the next post, I can tell you it is not. The hand actually played out in a fairly rudimentary fashion, […]

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2015 WSOP News

Posted  June 4, 2015  by  Chris Wilcox

Having just played The Colossus tournament the first weekend of the 2015 WSOP news is about what I thought it would be. The event that started in 4-flights, 2-each on Friday and Saturday had more hiccups than anticipated but probably ran a lot smoother than many thought. With over 22,000 entrants (including all the re-buys. […]

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2015 WSOP

Posted  May 28, 2015  by  Chris Wilcox

Maybe I’m crazy, but I’m kind of excited about the 2015 WSOP. As I gear up to play the Colossus event this weekend I am quite eager to see how the Rio will handle what promises to be a World Record setting tournament that will shatter the previous number of entrants by a wide margin. […]

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