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/Mar/2013

Adventure based on February

By: OSettingsO @ 11:27 (EST) / 269 / Comment ( 0 )

I was on the bankroll builder programme when i first started at pokerstars . Based on their programme , my current balance is about 10 + bucks which is not bad to begin with . (After cash games)

To further the poker knowledge and career , i played cash games on 0.01/0.02 games and saw the poker skill leagues . Decided to have a dabble in February and here are my findings . 

 

1) People call with everything 

2) Its hard to get people to fold hands 

3)Play is very very loose 

 

Looks like the idea of this league is to play real tight and passive and wait till you have a big hand before you play out your tourney . I'm trying this strategy out in march and will report back once March finishes . Hope to be able to qualify for the premier league come end of march . 

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