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Discussion about increasing your heads up play.
By: 0-5v
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/Jan/04

Using spin and go's for heads up learning.

By: 0-5v @ 18:04 (EST) / 217 / Comment ( 0 )

In 2016 I have been playing a lot of Spin and Go at the Play Money tables.

The reason for this is to improve my heads up game. You meet a huge variety of players quickly and can try out any new ideas or theories you might have with no loss of bankroll.

When I started in March or so I could win maybe, 1 out of 5, now I'm closer to 3 in 5 and some days better.

So give those Spin and Go's a, SPIN. LOL

 

 

 

 

 

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