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  1. It's something most of us do hundreds, even thousands of times a day: decide how we want to continue with a hand. The information in a given hand is massively clarified from where it stood pre-flop. It's a huge turning point and one of the most important decision points in tournament poker. Do we c-bet or not? If so, what size? What's the board like and what can the turn and river hold for us? This article is not meant to be an exhaustive guide on things to consider, but it will list a lot of the factors in play. Most of you already know these things, but I think it helps to clarify, even
  2. As PocketFives reported on Monday, Jaime Staples(pictured) finished fifth in the PokerStars Sunday Warm-Up and bagged $22,000. It was the largest online poker tournament cash PocketFives has tracked for Staples and, perhaps not surprisingly, he attracted a throng of 13,000 viewers on his Twitch channel to watch his run. Yes, 13,000. According to PokerUpdate, Staples set his own record for the largest number of concurrent viewers. The site explained that Staples' run also meant big things for the poker industry in general: "During his Twitch broadcast, the game of poker temporarily jumped
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