Manufacturing hands at the poker table

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Hard Rock guitar Manufacturing hands at the poker tableOn slow nights at the poker table, you sometimes have to create your own luck.  So begins the next chapter in our pokerblog.

After a frenzied night of tending bar in one of South Tampa’s finer establishments, I walked into the Seminole Hard Rock with a little financial cushion to throw down on some No Limit Texas Hold ‘Em.  However, I sat at the table of choice for the better part of three hours without literally having anything better to play than A-J suited pre-flop.  Not a single pocket pair, no ace and higher, nothing of the sort.  Like I said, slow night, yet I still managed to come out ahead.

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Here’s why.

It didn’t take long for me to ascertain the relatively, conservative make-up of the table.  With no monster stacks and no aggressive raisers, it wasn’t long before I decided to test the waters.  It was either that or sit there all night like a bump on a log with blind after valuable blind eroding my chip stack.  I decided to take a shot on a couple of hands that were playable under the circumstances.  Note: before you go trying this at home, there are a few things you should consider before adopting this sort of table behavior.

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