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    I allmost fell asleep, during PSO League session untill i saw player limping every hand, and calling every raise. I had some chips to afford abusment of his weaknesses, so here it goes: 1st hand is introduction. second is pretty ugly ... I'm not sorry, they also do same things to me Very next hand I decided to reraise, not matter how many other players were involved, just to see where his playing style will take him ... Result: I've decided, If I loose half of my chips, doesn't matter ... preflop instincts were good again .

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    *** moved to more appropriate forum JWK24***
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    • #3
      Not to toot my own horn (ok, to toot it a little bit!), maybe take a look at this: http://www.pokerschoolonline.com/blogs/post/?id=2622

      Might give you some thoughts on things to look for...

      Hope it helps.

      -JDean
      Last edited by JDean; Sun Dec 18, 2011, 09:21 AM.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by JDean View Post
        Not to toot my own horn (ok, to toot it a little bit!), maybe take a look at this: http://www.pokerschoolonline.com/blo...2&preview=true

        Might give you some thoughts on things to look for...

        Hope it helps.

        -JDean
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        • #5
          No rush, I'm still playing umbup:

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            you keep playing cards like that you will be doomed
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              Sorry aobut the broken link.

              It should work now.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by DoomedXXX View Post
                I've decided, If I loose half of my chips, doesn't matter ... preflop instincts were good again .
                If this is your attitude toward poker, then you'll probably end up near the bottom of the league. Losing chips always matters. Every time you stand to lose them, you had better do everything you can to make sure that you stand a better chance of winning a surplus. By playing bad hands in multiway pots filled with passive players, you're giving away your chips. Don't rely on 'instincts', because poker is a game of intellect and calculated risk, not supernatural powers.

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