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Canadian Poker Player Competing in Caribbean Poker Tour Main Event Courtesy Juicy Stakes and Intertops Poker

The second of two winners of Caribbean Poker Tour satellites hosted Intertops Poker and Juicy Stakes Poker says no matter how good you are, luck is always a factor in winning a poker tournament. Simon Sim79 from Quebec, Canada won the final Caribbean Poker Tour satellite tournament hosted by the two popular poker rooms. He and an earlier online tournament winner won $2700 prize packages that will take them to an all-inclusive luxury resort in St Maarten to compete in the CPT Main Event.


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Intertops and Juicy Stakes players will compete in the CPT Main Event.
Intertops and Juicy Stakes players will compete in the CPT Main Event.

I dont think I played my best poker. It started up kinda bad, I lost some good pots that forced me to re-buy (which I dont usually do, but it was definitely worth it that time with such a prize to win). The re-buy helped me double-up and enter the Final Table mid-stacker which is good for such a bad start.

The second of two winners of Caribbean Poker Tour satellites hosted Intertops Poker and Juicy Stakes Poker says no matter how good you are, luck is always a factor in winning a poker tournament. Simon Sim79 from Quebec, Canada won the final Caribbean Poker Tour satellite tournament hosted by the two popular poker rooms. He and an earlier online tournament winner won $2700 prize packages that will take them to an all-inclusive luxury resort in St Maarten to compete in the Caribbean Poker Tour Main Event.

Both players will share stories, photos and videos of their experience on a personal poker blog, Living the Dream (http://live-dream-poker.blogspot.com). In his first blog entry today, Simon says he was a little surprised he ended up winning the online tournament.

I dont think I played my best poker. It started up kinda bad, I lost some good pots that forced me to re-buy which helped me double-up and enter the Final Table mid-stacker which is good for such a bad start.

My advice to tournament players is tighten your play when you have less chips (playing less flop), but play aggressively when you go for it. Dont let yourself go below 8xBB+SB or 8 turns (or 4-5 turns if its turbo).

I play mostly online. When I first played live with friends Playing online has pushed me to fold more on the flop since Im less attached to my hand.

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