Change100 is a San Francisco-based freelance writer. Following a seven-year career in motion picture development, she married two of her passions, writing and poker, and joined the poker media. For the last five year's she's traveled the globe covering poker's premiere events including the World Series of Poker, the Aussie Millions, the World Poker Tour Championships, the World Series of Poker-Europe, and countless stops on PokerStars' European Poker Tour and the Latin American Poker Tour. She has written for Bluff Magazine, the PokerStars blog, PokerNews, Party Poker, Poker Player Newspaper, Tao of Poker, and has authored the poker blog Pot Committed since 2005.
Change is also an avid no-limit hold'em player herself, starting out in low-limit cash games at the Commerce Casino. In January 2011 she earned her first major live tournament victory, winning the $1,000 Ladies No-Limit Hold'em event at the PokerStars Carribean Adventure for a $29,798 score.
Change grew up in Los Angeles, CA and earned degrees in film and theatre from Northwestern University. She currently resides in San Francisco.
How do we best learn from our mistakes? In poker, it’s by reviewing hands. At the table, we make hundreds of decisions in a given session, nearly all of them in a compressed window of time. Seconds stretch out like minutes as you’re weighing options, maintaining your cool, trying to do math in your head
March 12, 2013 Poker strategy
You know the rules, have read up on strategy, and are getting plenty of practice in on Pokerist. But if you’re anything like me, the more hands you play, the more questions arise
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