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/Mar/2011

Reading Players and the Table

By: TEXASDUKE @ 09:58 (EST) / 251 / Comment ( 0 )

Is it importent to read players and the table ?  Does it make that much difference?  I can play my 2 cards and just go from there and I know position, big deal . we can do the basics and follow the easy things but getting in depth and how indepth does one go and does it realy help ?  Are we resault oriented and if we win a few games were good and need nothing more but arsenals to add to our game ?  It is boring and action is the place to be . How can we find out what needs to be added to our game and what we ned to work on ? things of this sort is a question we all need to ask ourselves and get a better understanding , will this help our game or not you find out and let me what you think . thanks  maybe more later .

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