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Day 5 2015 WSOP Main Event

Posted July 14, 2015 by Chris Wilcox

The Rio Hotel & Casino was pretty dead yesterday after all the constant action it has seen for the past 6-7 weeks. Even though it was Day 5 of the 2015 WSOP Main Event and there were about 7 tables of players still playing, the place felt like a ghost town with only a handful […]

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No Limit Texas Holdem Bounty Tournament

Posted June 25, 2015 by Chris Wilcox

If you have read my blogs or any of my articles over the years, you probably know that when it comes to No Limit Texas Holdem,  I love Bounty Tournaments! Bounty tournaments afford you the opportunity to make money, even when you aren’t making money so to speak. Collecting a bounty is a nice addition […]

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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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