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/Sep/2010

Live Poker is Very Different to Online Poker

By: ACEKINGPROS @ 07:45 (EDT) / 184 / Comment ( 0 )
I have now experienced my third Live Poker tournament and I can honestly say they are two different beasts. Live Tournament Poker is exhausting and time-consuming. Online Poker is far quicker and far more suited to my analytical, EV based, methodical poker playing strategies. I can also keep track an analysis and profile other players, as well as my own play, and always know the Pot Size, which is very important to me, as I like to Raise or Re-Raise directly proportional to this.
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