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Giving a short stacked opponent a perfect all-in vs forcing them to over-commit
I just finished Every Hand Revealed by Gus Hansen and in it he is talking about a short-stacked opponent and says: I should probably watch out so I don't give him too many perfect all-in moves ...
Mar 5 '12 at 21:31
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