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No Limit vs. Limit Poker

Monday 01/31/2005 12:16 AM

"[In no-limit poker,] you almost always end up with at least one major situation where you end up with all the money in the pot and you win or lose it. One mistake, or the failure to exploit an advantage just one time, can make all the difference. In limit games you don't get punished that much for a single mistake, but even in a limit game you can often look back at the session and pick out a few key hands that made a difference."

— from The Complete Book of Hold 'Em Poker by Gary Carson

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