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/Oct/2010

So I thought I knew poker

By: jolee2010 @ 17:47 (EDT) / 202 / Comment ( 0 )
Okay today i decided again to try to do the basic poker school quiz...first time i did it I know cards stuff but the not so much the words(termonlogy...splelt wrong) used  in holdem so I didnt get very far as I thought i can answer this quiz Im not stupid...but I couldnt...so I patiently went thru the steps and read each teaching method...ok I am ready so I thought...well I passed the quiz but only with 62% ...what lol...I have no idea what I did wrong wish they could have a place where after taking the test it shows me what mistakes I made...maybe I can take it again ...I do play cards I thought I knew what I was doing but apparently not..so tomorrow is another day or the next or the next...I have card sense but I am not so great with the poker lingo...ya so anyways wish I could have known where y mistakes were...preflop...flop...community cards...turn ...river yeah yeah...i am just fustrated as i thought i knew cards as in who wins with pokerstars schools test now I am questioning where did I go wrong...cheers jolee
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