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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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/Jun/2010

Calculating Odds

By: Razzys @ 18:59 (EDT) / 367 / Comment ( 0 )
I allready learned something new in a pso tourney, I was saying how I was a little bit flustered as 7 out of 9 players at table were sitting out, and the game was to quick for me to calculate the odds and put them all together to make learned decisions on my play. As I really want to utilized the information from the core course to better my play. Well the other guy on the table with me, suggested I use the calculator. What calculator I wondered, so of course I looked on line for a holdem calculator. I am trying it out, but so far it has not helped, and it may be a distraction, I will give it a few days and re-evaluate how I feel about it. First PSO had a decent finish of 39th, but failed to finish in money in the next 4 PSO's.
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