The most important decision in Holdem

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Game selection is the most important decision in holdem.

Written by Jim Green

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Let's imagine a world in which holdem players can be perfectly ranked from #1 down to #2,000,000 (or whatever). Who do you think would make more money - Mike McWonderful (the #10 player in the world) or Joe Monkey (the #1,999,990 player in the world)?

Mike, right?

Well, normally, he would.

But, what if Mike really wants to be the best player in the world, and only plays with #1-9? And Joe is a clever monkey and makes sure he only plays with #1,999,991-2,000,000?


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