Tuesday, April 17, 2007


On Saturday I played in a charity poker tournament in Benton Harbor. I've always enjoyed Texas Hold-Em, but usually I only play with friends. There is a big difference when you play with complete strangers because you have to figure them out before you can make your moves. I was happy with the tournament for the most part. I played patiently in the beginning until I got some good cards and eventually took advantage. I may have played too cautiously, however, because I never build a big chip stack. As players get weeded out the average chip stack grows and I wasn't keeping pace with that so I found it increasingly hard to play against the big stacks. I finished 9th of 54.


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