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Just new at the poker school, and I am earnestly committed to learning more about the game and bettering my skills. I can get ino a bit of a fluster, when trying to calculate all of the odds when you are at a table with 7 players sitting out, it is just way to fast.
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/Jul/2010

August should be a barn burner

By: Razzys @ 15:05 (EDT) / 273 / Comment ( 0 )
July: 80 possible pso tourneys; August: 124 possible tourneys; the leader board shows some players who participated in slightly more than half of the tourneys. While some have participated in almost all 80 tourneys. A couple off of the top who look good for August are Clayforce and ringos67 and a few more I am looking forward to watching the leaderboard in August as it should be a barn burner. The pso is great and I like the way it is set up on payouts, Poker Stars is rewarding its current clients and offering new players a chance to cash in also. I have learned mostly that I need to learn a lot more, it is fun and a pretty good community of players infusing the new members with the good of the old pso.
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