Striking that Delicate Balance with Your Out-of-Position Drawing Hands

Avi Rubin dissects a hand where he holds Jack-Ten suited out of position. Learn from this professor of Computer Sciencethe nuances of playing a draw OOP.

Big drawing hands can be tricky to play out of position. So, I’m using a real-life example to break it down. I’ll express and explain what I was thinking throughout to use as a teaching aid.

Let’s dissect a hand I played last year at 2-5 at Maryland Live! in Baltimore. You may not agree with the way I played this hand, nor with my reasoning. 

But that is the beauty of poker.

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