Just a test
I am not asking you to take my word on its effectiveness...you are going to have to take a leap of faith and try it on your own. Just be advised: when it fails, you will look (and probably feel) like a moron. However, even when it works and you squeeze out additional chips, you will still appear as if you had grossly overplayed your hand, thus still looking like a moron. The upside of this is that few people will be able to figure out what you are doing, making them less likely to copy your successful new tactics and increasing the overall longevity of their profitability.
Most years at the WSOP, a new variant becomes popularized through the mixed cash games there. This year's is 'Drawmaha.'
Everyone gravitates towards No Limit Holdem tables, but if you're a low limit poker player, the real money can be found at Omaha 8 tables
Most of the regulars in a low-stakes tournament are pretty decent level two thinkers, but if you see them coming you can knock them out with a counterpunch.
High stakes pros are playing a Triple Draw variant we'll call 'Straddle Six.' Putting in two bets blind, under the gun gets you an extra card, but is it worth it?