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/Aug/2010

New strategy!

By: who's 1st? @ 23:10 (EDT) / 119 / Comment ( 0 )
I have been playing for around a month and my new strategy to poker is to play every style for ex: donkey super tight, loose agro, and so on to figure out which strategy is the best for me and to learn every strategy and how the cards play from both ends so when i face an opponent i can figure out what they are doing in most situations this could be a real good learning curve i think because then when i finally pick a strategy ill know how to play against each style.
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