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/Jan/2014

Zoom is the Present, and Maybe the Future #2

By: Tonk Shuffle @ 19:39 (EST) / 320 / Comment ( 0 )

It is great to have plans and goals, but what if you do not know what awaits you on the path to success? Does it mean doing more research and making adjustments on the fly? Yes it does. However, there are also some happy discoveries as well. 

My second installment on my studies of Zoom discusses making adjustments to opening ranges, and post flop play. I also reveal a happy accident - a bonus that Zoom play gives to its users. How your computer is set up, and how it may affect how you want to approach the game is discussed as well. Some early results are given and, as promised, there is a re-played hand where you get to see a bone-headed punting of my stack. Future replayed hands will not feature the showdown, and will allow the reader to guess what the villain held.

You can read all about it by clicking the link to my thread here:

http://www.pokerschoolonline.com/forum/showthread.php?59123-Zoom-is-the-Present-and-Maybe-the-Future-2

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