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/Jan/2012

first day

By: redwing402 @ 14:57 (EST) / 192 / Comment ( 0 )

I have a little bit of previous texas hold'em experience of the limited kind...
Yesterday I started using this poker school content and so far it seems like I already know this stuff.
I started by skipping right to the FLhe quiz just so I could see how far my previous experience stacks up to these courses and I passed it with no major problems and then I went through the basic course and took that quize as well and I did pretty well at that as well.  The point that I guess I'm trying to slowly get to is that the quizes don't tell you what questions you messed up on.  And if I passed the quiz it doesn't seem that I can go back over the quiz, not that I really need to go back over the entire quiz but I would like to know what questions I answered incorrectly.

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