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May 21 2012 | All Games Can teach a Lesson

By: kitoko-ki @ 21:37 (EDT) / 190 / Comment ( 1 )
Learning from Losing.. and also Winning!

We experience times when we lose a game. But we also realize a time when we knock out a player too! We should also focus on how we win a hand too! When we win a hand, we can understand how we won it and for what reason. This way we can try to avoid losing in the same way.

I've made a topic for discussing the overcard a little more. http://www.pokerschoolonline.com/forum/showthread.php?42369-Overcard-pair-What-can-we-do-about-it It's very hard to detect an overpair. But as I found I've won with an overpair by knowing that the losing player here had a top card, I can realize how I can stay away from this situation when being on the losing side.

It's good to take note of all those games that are new situations, especially those that bust out players, so you know how to defend yourself better!
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