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These days, I like poker pro Jonathan Little’s books — he’s written several tomes on both cash games and tournaments. I find particularly useful books like his that include example situations that require you to think deeper about certain Hold’em hand situations, as well as provide insight from Little on how he would play the hand. Watch a bigger game online — Gone are the days when you could view heavyweights like Phil Ivey and Patrik Antonius go toe-to-toe on Full Tilt Poker. Congress’ Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act eventually made sure of that. But there are still bigger games to watch on various legal and black-market online poker sites. Watching players in those old nosebleed stakes (we’re talking $500-$1,000 blinds pot-limit and no-limit games) may not have been the most instructive to you if you play $1-$2, anyway, because the difference in the level of play is so great.

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ABATE’s Ride for the Cure Poker Run returns August 25 The Huron-Perth ABATE Chapter 14 motorcycle club, in partnership with the Royal Canadian Legion, will be hosting their annual Ride for the Cure Poker Run on Saturday, August 25. The run will begin at the Clinton Royal Canadian Legion (95 Kirk St.) with 9:30 a.m. coffee and donuts, and kickstands up at 11 a.m. There will be a BBQ and fellowship at the Legion following the ride. All proceeds will go towards the Huron Respite Network, which will support children and teen mental health concerns and suicide awareness. Respite supports are for rest and renewal of the care-giving family. The Huron Respite Network has been providing respite to Huron County as a network for well over a decade and continues to follow the Ideal Model to build capacity and maintain resiliency among families in Huron County. The Network is a collaboration of 13 agencies that operates as an Advisory Committee which meets quarterly to discuss respite in Huron County. For more information, call Shawn Snell (519) 482-8779 or Patti Dunsmore (519) 440-8979.

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