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Tournament Tips with WIll Reynolds: Tighten Up Early, and Loosen Up Late

Posted at 10:00 2012-06-08 by PokerNetwork Staff

Sarah Grant recently caught up with pro poker player, William Reynolds at the 2012 World Series of Poker. He opened up about flopping quads and then discussed what he thinks is the biggest mistake amateur poker players make in big field poker tournaments.

The key, according to Reynolds? Stop playing so many hands in the early levels, and tighten up. Then when the levels get more important, and the blinds begin to get more significant, try loosening up and play more hands.

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