Big Field Filled With Amateurs vs. High Roller Strategy in WSOP Main Event

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Jul/13/2017

PokerNews.com talks to Pratyush Buddiga about the big field filled with amateurs (that being the World Series of Poker Main Event) vs. smaller events with better players.

“You definitely have to change up your strategy a little bit,” Buddiga admits.  “Versus the tougher players I think you have to play pretty tight and really have to respect their game because they’re going to put you in some very difficult spots.  I think you can do a little more stuff in the Main Event.  There’s a lot more amateurs with a lot more inexperience playing for this type of money so I think you can take advantage of that.”

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