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/Jan/2011

Mixed feelings about PSO tournments

By: 2easy764 @ 15:06 (EST) / 1 / Comment ( 0 )

I am torn between frustration and confusion.

Taking the PSO lessons has improved my game.

But, playing in the PSO skills tournaments has increased my frustration. Keep getting knocked out early by someone calling with hands like 6-10 against my Aks and they hit .  Or you get  a table where one or two people are going allin every hand.

It is very hard to put someone on a range unless you think any two cards. And from now on I think that is how I am going to do. It appears I have two choices:

1) Continue to play and try to adjust to the current way everyone is playing or,
2) Stop playing in the PSO Skill tournaments.

Anyway, that is my rant for the day. Can anyone give me some pointers?

Thanks,
2easy764

 

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