Today on the Final Table, we began our coverage of the 2012 World Series Of Poker, which got underway Sunday at the Rio in Las Vegas. We analyzed 3 key hands Dennis played in the first open event yesterday ($1,500 buy-in no-limit hold'em), discussed why turnout wasn't as big as expected, and explained the new chip-tracking system the WSOP will begin using tomorrow.
In our guest segment, we talked with Ed Miller about his new book, "Playing The Player: Moving Beyond ABC Poker To Dominate Opponents." Ed explained how most poker players learn how not to lose, instead of how to win, and how they can change that. He also discussed specific strategies small-stakes players can use to make their game better, why fear is one of the major factors keeping players from winning more, and how to recognize bet-sizing tells in your opponents.
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