Justin Miller – Professional Poker Player Review Series

Justin Miller - Professional Poker Player Review Series

Justin Miller is a Professional Poker Player. He is the winner of the 2004 World Series of Poker. At present he is one of the known players of the World Poker Tour. Justin Miller grew up playing six types of poker the most popular of which are Omaha, Stud, Draw Poker, and League Poker. He began his career in 1995 in the World Series of Poker. In 1999, Justin Miller took part in the Second World Poker Tour. In 2005, PLO and WPT host the No-Limit Hold’em event in celebration of the 35th anniversary of the original No Limit Hold’em event.

In 1999, Miller took part in the first season of the Ultimate Poker Challenge on the Travel Channel. The following year, he made the finals in three consecutive events and inBirthday no Limit Edwards won the $1,500 no limit hold’em event in 2000. Miller also won in the 2000 event. He has earned more than a million dollars in total tournament play. Miller’s most impressive achievement was in 2001, when he became the first player in the history of the game to win two gold bracelets in the World Poker Tour.

Miller is a television personality in the field of poker. He is funny, intelligent and always in full grasp of the subjects. Miller’s specials “porting the interesting” have become a regular part of the Learning Channel. Miller is also involved with the Coliseum Circus, where he promoted the game of Poker. Miller’s comedy DVD, “You Can’t Win at Poker”, is in its second printing. He is involved with Bar none Entertainment, produced a DVD on the game of Poker, called “How Great Keep Making Money at Hold’em”, which is in its third printing. He has also written a poker blog, poker videos, and poker blog posts.

Justin Miller has participated in online poker player contests such as Bluefire, Poker770, and Pineapple Poker. He won a satellite to the Poker World Championship via Win huge Online Poker Tournaments via satellite tournament.

Miller’s favorite poker game is No Limit Hold’em, and his favorite movie is Casablanca. Miller’s favorite poker player is Daniel Negreanu. Miller’s least favorite poker player is “Super Cruise” Phil Hellmuth. Miller’s favorite card game is Hold’em and his least favorite non-poker game is Omaha.

Miller’s favorite site for online poker is Dewabet.com. Miller’s favorite limit is $2/$4 at both the 0.25 and $0.50/$1 tables. He plays mixed games but his favorite game is at the 0.50/$1 limit Hold’em. Miller buys in to games that have approximately 100 players and plays in games such as PLO, PLH, Omaha, and Omaha Hi Lo. He mainly plays at the 0.5/1 limit Hold’em. Justin Miller occasionally plays in Stud games.

Justin Miller’s Big Poker Bankroll is $1,700.00.

This article is based on screen plays of Justin’s online poker during the time that he played with the screen name of “mitsats”. mitsats was a well known internet stud poker player who was living in New York. Think about the word “mit”. That is the amount of money you must put into the pot before you fold. Miller’s favorite online poker game is No Limit Hold’em.

Miller’s Easy Money Play

His winning play is all about the numbers. He finds the right cards for the moment and the moment his hand is good enough to win. He finds the right cards at the right moment.

Miller is the type of player who can fold a mediocre hand if the pressure is on.

Playing as Miller, you can do the following:

  1. Fold, if you have anything less than a Jack in your hand.
  2. Call, with a minimum bet of 2 times the Big Blind (BB)
  3. Raise, with a bet 3 times the BB
  4. fold

Unlike a live poker player, you do not have to make any decisions. You select the folding and raising decisions according to your cards and your bankroll.

These are the decisions that a poker player should make when playing JJ. Think about JJ, if you have any of the four face cards – JJ, QQ, KK and AA. You will normally have a bankroll of about $1500 or more before you start playing. If you are playing JJ online, you must include any tournament fees in your bankroll calculations.

If you pass your test and have a good bankroll, you can play as JJ, and like the semi-bluff, play high only with AA or KK.

If you have a bad bankroll, you should avoid JJ. Bet high only with AA or KK.