Don uses 2 hands he played as an example to demonstrate the concept of why calling a pot-sized bet with a hand that has 33% equity can often be incorrect.
Aug 06, 2015
Poker Pro, Blogger, and Coach PLO/NLHE
Don "Aesah" Ding has an intense passion for poker and plays live daily. He has logged thousands of hours at varying stakes in venues all over the US with outstanding results. While he plays live Pot Limit Omaha as his primary game, he also plays live No Limit Hold ’em and is very well acquainted with today's poker landscape.
Don is the author of one of the most popular threads in 2+2 history Just quit my 6 figure job to play live poker. He is the resident coach and expert in PLO on CrushLivePoker and produces live PLO training videos.
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