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/Sep/2012

Plan B - Stack, stats, range training.

By: CptKevUK @ 06:10 (EDT) / 276 / Comment ( 0 )

Actually, do you know what. I'm going to play some Zoom as a training exercise.

What I seem to be poor at is in the heat of the momenttaking in all the info that I need to digest, the basics. As I'm not a natural poker player with a brain the size of a small planet I need to instill some mantras into my grey matter. Taking in my oponents stack size for example doesn't always happen.

So, I need to get my brain used to digesting stack, stats, range of any and every oponent I'm in hand with as a default. Zoom seems like a good place to do this don't you think?

Stack, stats, range - stack, stats, range - stack, stats, range.......

Come on Kev, you can do it.....

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