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    Now that people have been assigned to answer questions,it would be nice to see some more hands being posted for answering.It will only improve your game and help others as well. We are all learning so not much to hide when you post. If you really are worried about what some one might say,feel free to send the hand to me in private message and I will change the names so no one knows. Of course I will note that the names are changed to protect the innocent.umbup: So get into that forum and take a look around. http://www.pokerschoolonline.com/for...-Hand-Analysis Best way to improve is to post hands and discuss poker,I have seen almost every online pro state this is the main reason they got to that stage.

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    I've found that not only does the person posting the hand learn, but so does everybody who gets involved with the discussion. umbup:

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      +1 post your hands people. Don't forget don't just post a hand history, give us any and all background info, every little bit helps... reads on the players, your image, history, stage of the mtt if it's a tourney, etc. Hand analysis can often go the way of garbage in, garbage out. No info given often leads to inaccurate or poor responses. Give as much info as possible and get a better result in the anaysis. umbup:
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      • #4
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        cheon and i have a past-- the other gentleman in this pot- is ATC-- who was my target-- in this squeeze-- and wht did iy work?

        PokerStars Game #60472332761: Tournament #379718606, Freeroll Hold'em No Limit - Level III (25/50) - 2011/04/07 13:22:22 ET
        Table '379718606 105' 9-max Seat #5 is the button
        Seat 1: Kekec 1K (1290 in chips)
        Seat 2: D-RICO922 (2595 in chips)
        Seat 3: lisbon roar (1445 in chips)
        Seat 4: sloweddie7 (1375 in chips) is sitting out
        Seat 5: badbones141 (1400 in chips) is sitting out
        Seat 6: mosdvzone (1775 in chips)
        Seat 7: monkeyskunk4 (1460 in chips)
        Seat 8: djg6678 (3895 in chips)
        Seat 9: Cheon57 (2590 in chips)
        mosdvzone: posts small blind 25
        monkeyskunk4: posts big blind 50
        *** HOLE CARDS ***
        Dealt to monkeyskunk4 [Kh Jh]
        djg6678: folds
        Cheon57: raises 75 to 125
        Kekec 1K: folds
        D-RICO922: folds
        lisbon roar has timed out
        lisbon roar: folds
        sloweddie7: folds
        badbones141: folds
        lisbon roar is sitting out
        mosdvzone: calls 100
        lisbon roar has returned
        monkeyskunk4: raises 252 to 377
        Cheon57: calls 252
        mosdvzone: calls 252
        *** FLOP *** [5d 8c Td]
        mosdvzone: checks
        monkeyskunk4: bets 1083 and is all-in
        Cheon57: folds
        mosdvzone: folds
        Uncalled bet (1083) returned to monkeyskunk4
        monkeyskunk4 collected 1131 from pot
        monkeyskunk4: shows [Kh Jh] (high card King)
        *** SUMMARY ***
        Total pot 1131 | Rake 0
        Board [5d 8c Td]
        Seat 1: Kekec 1K folded before Flop (didn't bet)
        Seat 2: D-RICO922 folded before Flop (didn't bet)
        Seat 3: lisbon roar folded before Flop (didn't bet)
        Seat 4: sloweddie7 folded before Flop (didn't bet)
        Seat 5: badbones141 (button) folded before Flop (didn't bet)
        Seat 6: mosdvzone (small blind) folded on the Flop
        Seat 7: monkeyskunk4 (big blind) collected (1131)
        Seat 8: djg6678 folded before Flop (didn't bet)
        Seat 9: Cheon57 folded on the Flop


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        • #5
          Originally posted by TheLangolier View Post
          +1 post your hands people. Don't forget don't just post a hand history, give us any and all background info, every little bit helps... reads on the players, your image, history, stage of the mtt if it's a tourney, etc. Hand analysis can often go the way of garbage in, garbage out. No info given often leads to inaccurate or poor responses. Give as much info as possible and get a better result in the anaysis. umbup:
          Ten steps for thorough, instructive poker hand analysis: 1. Understanding the metagame. This means the current style and attitude of the table as a whole 2. Note specific reads on any of the players who got involved in the hand. 3. Look at the stacks. 4. Compare positions of the players who were involved 5. Identify the hero and the villain(s) in each hand 6. Check the preflop action 7. Study the flop 8. Check your own poker hand strength 9. Consider what your opponents might have played 10. Repeat steps seven, eight, and nine, for each of the turn and the river >Dem

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