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/Mar/2012

Discouraged

By: marc318 @ 17:12 (EDT) / 164 / Comment ( 6 )
Hi I am new to the blogs but would like some help.I am getting discouraged as I am not good at math at all but I am getting tired of playing play money poker and would like to start playing for real money but in low stakes like the micro SNG and some tourniments. I can figure my outs but when it comes to the math part of it for figureing out the pot odds and percentages that is were the problems start if I dont have a calculator in front of me I am done.I feel like I am a ok player I play tight only playing good hands.I was woundering can someone who is not a great math person can they still play money games and still have a good chance at winning or should they just forget about it. I am doing the core course and understanding it except the math part. I am sorry for the length of my post but I do hope some one can give me some insite on my delemma.
Thank you
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