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Lottery Winner University Review

by Ellen Thomas (2019-04-03)


Alice's fame Lottery Winner University spread from Colorado to across the country, and America was a-buzz with talk of the "beautiful lady gambler". Gambling halls scrambled to invite her to play at their salons, knowing people would flock to be able to see, meet or even play against her. Alice's reputation was well deserved. In Silver City, New Mexico, she set the record at the Gold Dust Gambling House winning $6,000 in one evening.Bob Ford (the killer of Jesse James) hired her to work as a dealer in his tent saloon. Alice happily returned to a quieter life, marrying another dealer W. G. Tubbs. Unfortunately, he died of pneumonia in the middle of a blizzard, and she drove his body for 50 miles in harsh weather conditions just to give him a decent burial. Alice went back to gambling, and opened a roadhouse she called "Poker's Palace". She was already 70 years old, but she was still sprightly, even shooting a Calvary trooper in self-defense. "At my age I suppose I should be knitting," she'd say, "But I would rather play poker with five or six 'experts' than eat. This play will not work as often if you have three or more opponents in the hand, and if there are multiple draws on the flop. The reason is that the more opponents, the less likely that everyone has missed. And with a flop with multiple draws, your opponents my decide to play their draws. You have Ah-10h. It is early in the tournament. You have $4,000. The blinds are $50-$100. In an early position, you call the blind. Another player, with $2,800, calls. The player on the button, with $6,500, raises to $400. The blinds fold. You call the raise, while the other caller folds. There is $1,050 in the pot. The flop comes Qd-10d-4h. You are heads up, and have second pair. If you check, your opponent may also check if he missed the flop and wants to see the turn cheap. And, if he bets, you have to decide if you want to call with second pair.Be aggressive against the pre-flop raiser. Use a probe bet. Bet $300. You have 8s-7d on the big blind. It is the middle of the tournament. The blinds are $400-$800. You have $28,000. A player limps under-the-gun, and another player in late position calls. Both players have slightly more chips than you. The player in the small blind folds. There is $2,800 in the pot. The flop comes As-9d-7s. You flopped third pair. What should you do? https://letsfireurbossnow.com/lottery-winner-university-review//