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Phillips said it is “possible” for Lansing law enforcement to seize money, poker chips, poker tables and even decks of cards while enforcing the ordinance on a home poker game. Phillips called seizing personal property from a home poker game a “gray area” because a deck of cards, for example, has everyday “household use” that wouldn’t necessarily be for a game of poker. Phillips said she hopes there will be some additional wording to the gambling ordinance to protect private poker games. “There could be some creative language to definitely clarify and weed out the people who could be caught up in this,” she said. “We had a series of illegal gambling establishments in Lansing, and that is along the lines of the underlying intent of the ordinance.” Forms of gambling allowed by Michigan that happen in Lansing include the lottery and charity gaming events.
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Small Stakes Poker Plays, Part 3: Continuation Betting in Multi-Way Pots Postflop poker: Carlos @HipHop101Trivia Welch on continuation betting in multi-way pots. Learn how to use intelligent aggression to exploit imbalances in small stakes players' ranges. Over the past two weeks, I have discussed how to navigate common spots in small stakes games when players enter the pot too loosely in front of you either by limp-calling or raise-calling. This week, I will wrap up the series with a discussion of hands where you open the pot and get called loosely by players behind you. In part 1 , I mentioned how the button vs. the big blind is the essential battle in no-limit hold'em, but that this fight gets "hijacked" by players entering the pot from earlier positions. These raisers from earlier positions prevent the action from folding around to the button as often as it should. However, even in loose small stakes games, it often folds around to middle position. If the big blind has a stack of around 40 big blinds and the players in late position aren't likely to execute the type of three-bet bluffs I described in part 2 , I will open a wide range expecting often to get called by a player in position as well as the big blind who will be getting a very good price to enter the pot.
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