excerpts from FORTY DOLLAR NO LIMIT TEXAS HOLD'EM RING GAMES by Kim Isaac Greenblatt, copyright August 2007, All Rights Reserved
$40 No Limit Texas Holdem ($1/$2 NL)
Table With Mixed Aggression
1} Kim G D $210 9c Qd
2) Player 2 $45 4d 2c
3) Player 3 $36 8c 4c
4) Player 4 $74 9d 9h
5) Player 5 $59 Jh 6s
6) Player 6 $57 Ah 7d
7) Player 7 $29 7c 5s
8) Player 8 (sitting out)
9) Player 9 $27 8h 8d
10) Player 10 (sitting out)
Player 2 posts small blind $1
Player 3 posts big blind $2
Player 4 raises $10
Player 5 folds
Player 6 folds
Player 7 folds
Player 9 folds
Kim G folds
Player 2 folds
Player 3 folds
Player 4 wins $5 uncontested
In the $40NL game as in Texas Hold'em in general, you need patience. The reason authors (including myself) harp on folding again and again is because you will eventually get caught up on the action in a game. Sooner or later you will go on tilt in a $40NL game and I am trying to save your stack of chips! Some authors question playing so conservatively but in a $40 NL game I always opt for the default position of playing tight unless everybody else is playing rock tight. Then you can take some cautious bluffs.
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