Somente seis jogadores brigam pelo título de um importante torneio ao vivo. Nos blinds 300/600 com antes de 75, você possui 19.200 fichas, o segundo menor stack da competição.
O chip leader, que também é o melhor jogador da mesa, tem 56.600. Do UTG, ele abre um mini-raise para 1.200. Direto do cutoff, com K♥10♠, você aplica o call. O big também paga e o flop revela K♦7♥3♦. O big passa a vez, já o CL aposta 2.000, ação que recebe apenas o seu call. No turn Q♠, o vilão dá check.
Você possui 16.000, o dobro do stack do último colocado. .
Você dá passa a vez ou faz uma aposta? Se optar pelo bet, de quanto será? Em caso de check, fale sobre a sua estratégia para o river. .
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One day in poker consists of 90% of luck and 10% of skills. One year in poker consists of 10% of luck and 90% of skills. These words belong to Chris Ferguson.
This American player knows what he’s talking about – he is the owner of five WSOP bracelets and has been playing poker since 10 years old. Interestingly, Ferguson is one of the world’s most scandalous players. But his experience and skills fully compensate his ill temper.
I played my first hand of poker in 2008. Since then it has gradually evolved into a serious hobby and often a source of pocket money to fund my other hobbies, travels and so on. In the last 10 years as I have learnt the game and improved I have always desired to meet people who play this sport professionally. Its relatively new in India for people to turn professional poker players and I often wondered what a non glamourised professional poker player would be like because all my idols were of the likes of Negreanu and Ivey. 10 years since my first hand, here I am at IE University, Madrid and one of my batchmate is a professional poker player, he played for almost 7 years. Imagine my excitement, after all what were the odds of this serendipity! Pau Roger, at first look I thought he had a background of mathematics and computer science. He had that geeky, tech God look about him. Later I found out he was a professional poker player. I guess my read was not that far off. I have played a few games with him and hope to play a lot more with him in the coming months. Last Friday, from when this picture was taken, I learnt a lot from his game and hope to learn a lot more. Hopefully enough learning to get his respect at the table.