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/Feb/2014

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By: gusmao11 @ 22:30 (EST) / 216 / Comment ( 2 )

 I won my first tournament after I decided to stard studying more and taking poker a little more serious, I realize now how folding good hands make you go further, You can't stand on bad spots on you feel you're beat, don't try to make hero calls, unless, you have some tell on the villain, taking notes and tagging them also help, on the final table I found several players I've been on some table before on the tournament and the notes helped me see some tells they've given away. 

 

 The nice thing about winning today is that yestarday I had a bad beat on the ft from a similar tournament, so this kinda shows that if you keep your A-game and focus you'll eventually get there. Nice. I recommend to see nanonoko and xflixx videos here from the school and also xflixx youtube channel, they insides on some hands help a lot.

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