In the first edition, I referenced Roy Hashimoto's suggestion that you could also profit simply by playing a little tighter than wild and crazy opponents. That may be true, but I haven't seen evidence of it. Furthermore, it seems that most low limit opponents will let you play only premium cards, and yet still give you action when you show up in a hand.
Therefore, I am removing the equivocal language from this chapter. When the table gets crazy, play only your best cards; you'll get the money in the long run.
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