CardRunners instructor Rick Mask, also known as "Rask," started his online poker career at the $200 no-limit Hold'em level, quickly gained momentum and was soon playing at the $1,000 level comfortably. His bread-and-butter game is currently $400 NL full-ring, and he offers one-on-one coaching.
In a brand new video series, Mask helps a fellow CardRunners member to find leaks in his game at $100 NL full-ring. This clip is from the very first episode of this series, and in it, Mask discusses how to adjust versus players who buy in for the minimum. These types of players are known as "short stackers."
To see the rest of this video series or for more training videos, head over to CardRunners.com and take advantage of a seven-day free trial. Also, for a limited time only, you can skip the the sign-up fee by using the promo code PN2013!
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