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Stupity awarded

/Feb/2011

Stupidity Awarded

By: ploverkiller @ 18:00 (EST) / 38 / Comment ( 2 )

 I am not the best nor the worst poker player there is on here this i know. I know this is a poker school. How can one learn to play real poker when they are consistantly awarded for playing stupidly?  How many true poker players call all in pre flop with King Nine off suit or even suited?  How did these players even pass the test playing like that. The way the test is and the way the cards end up on here are two different way. The main thing I have noticed is if there is all in the WORST starting hand wins 90% of the time. If the best starting hand wins there will be comments WOW the best starting hand won. I keep playing just trying to figure how not to get donked on here. Only those who have actually made it to the pso warm up games please respond.

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