Control the size of the Pot

Paul Wasicka, a good friend of the PROP team, wrote a nice article about controlling the size of the pot, posted today on fulltiltpoker.com.

The basic premise is that you want to play big pots with big hands, and smaller pots with more vulnerable hands.  Take in to consideration that a ‘big hand’ does not necessarily mean two black aces in the hole against a 8h/9h/10h board…

Some people may read the article and say it is a weak/passive play – and sometimes they’d be right – but it is also a lower variance style, which for some people works better.  There are certainly different ways to skin a cat or fish…

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