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/Jul/2010

Almost a week here....

By: Morganhell's @ 07:42 (EDT) / 234 / Comment ( 0 )
Almost a week here....................... I'm playing poker for about 2 years now. A few of the other games for about/less than a year. I do okay, place or win in some small tourneys/sit n go's/freerolls, but I wanted to be more consistent. I am hoping that this poker school will help me kick it up to the next level. ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... I passed the basic/core exam when I joined, so I could play in the PSO skill league tournaments. So far, I have played in about 9 games and have an above average score. I like the people and level of play I have come across in the tournaments so far. There are still people sitting out in games like in the other tournaments, but I am trying to have more patience and betters skills to outlast them. ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... I read through all the articles in the Basic and Core Courses. Lots of information, and gave me a different view on a few things. I read through all the articles and watched the video in the SNG Course section. Lots of things to think about and integrate into my game. Some stuff I am not sure about or agree with, but I am willing to be open minded and try some of the techniques in my game play. The hand category was pretty interesting. It made me look at the cards I play in a different way. I tried expanding my hands and playing with the hand ranking/odds/pot odds. I did okay, and won a few hands I wouldn't have normally played, but I also lost a few that I felt I should have played at that moment in time. I think for me so far, the information is really good, but I can't have it as the be all and end all, I still have to trust my gut when calling/playing the cards. I guess that's why I didn't pass the SNG quiz on the first try. I plan on reviewing the lessons again and seeing where the differences between my ideas and the course teachings are. ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... So far, so good. I am really glad that PokerStars made this available. :) ...................................................................... Morgan ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................... P.s. Honestly, this format thing is kinda annoying, and won't let me write this so it makes sense.
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