“Play Your Opponent, Not Your Hand” (3/7)

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The reactions can be to the cards that you’re dealt, to other players getting the better of you and every other possible thing that can happen at the table. That’s why in poker the commonly given advice is to play your opponent not your hand. Think of it like a chess match, and the perfect hand as your opening to take an important piece off the board.

Contributor: Caleb Backe from mapleholistics.com

Written by James Metcalfe

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