Representing Hands in No-Limit Hold’em with Shaun Deeb


Representing Hands in No-Limit Hold’em with Shaun Deeb
Digging deep into the PokerNews strategy archives can unearth some buried treasure for seekers of strategy gems. This edition of the Strategy Vault revisits a conversation with Shaun Deeb concerning the topic of representing hands in no-limit hold’em.

Over the years Deeb has amassed over $2.1 million in live tournament earnings including earning his first World Series of Poker bracelet last summer in the $10,000 Pot-Limit Hold’em event. Deeb has earned a great deal more than that online, where PocketFives lists his total earnings at over $6.2 million. Deeb has a proficiency in numerous mixed game variants besides NLHE, as evidenced by his three World Championship of Online Poker wins and five Spring Championship of Online Poker titles on PokerStars — a record eight total “COOP” wins.

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