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Serendipity

Posted by pmpoker on March 25, 2008

This 2+2 Caesar’s Palace gossip thread turned into a badugi strategy thread with good contributions from two players I respect, *TT* and Nate. There’s also a little bit of poker psychology concerning the hand range of a knowledgeable nit like Mason Malmuth when playing his first orbit of badugi and how players with 2-7 triple draw make bad adjustments when learning badugi.

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Matt Maroon Plays Live Rotation Games

Posted by pmpoker on March 4, 2008

Some interesting anecdotes.

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The WSOP Is Lame

Posted by pmpoker on June 30, 2007

Or at least the $1000 2-7 Triple Draw tournament was, according to Terrence Chan.

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DeathDonkey vs Mimi Tran

Posted by pmpoker on March 11, 2007

DeathDonkey writes about a hand against Mimi Tran in a 200/400 triple draw/stud/8 mixed game. Long story short, Tran, an alleged angle shooter, apparently flips out after thinking DeathDonkey shot an angle on her.

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Lowball Gurus

Posted by pmpoker on March 10, 2007

Mark Gritter points to a new website at http://lowballgurus.com. It’s currently under construction, but it already has some stuff up.

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Bad beat at the triple draw lowball

Posted by pmpoker on July 2, 2006

Yeah, that is pretty sick.

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Triple Draw Value Call with a Pair

Posted by pmpoker on March 3, 2006

Chris Fargis posts some heads-up triple draw hands in which he gets called on the end by a pair.

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