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It Means Nothing!

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It Means Nothing! - Mon Oct 28, 2002, 09:56 AM
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With nothing but "freeze out" style games to play here at PSO,,,IMHO,,,the rankings and bankroll mean nothing! You can be the best, most solid player in the world, and wait for those premium hands to play. You can be aggressive, and use every "strategy" known to man. But when you have players who will play any 2 cards, call any raise with them, and stick with them to the river, it all boils down to luck! Check out the PSO Rankings,,,,pick a few of the so-called "top players",,,watch them play,,,and tell me if I'm wrong!
 
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Re: It Means Nothing! - Tue Oct 29, 2002, 01:23 AM
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Originally Posted by Indy_Bob
But when you have players who will play any 2 cards, call any raise with them, and stick with them to the river, it all boils down to luck! Check out the PSO Rankings,,,,pick a few of the so-called "top players",,,watch them play,,,and tell me if I'm wrong!
Gee, thanks for the vote of cofidence Bob
 
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Wed Dec 18, 2002, 03:56 PM
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well indy
I will not tell you. "you are wrong for one"
methinks you do as i do see all,hearall, and say nought,but enjoy
time spent at pso laugh at some cringe at others go to ranking table
as in my case position 1030 lol 48.7% and think hmmmmmmm
b/roll 15k well im surviving pso lol
best wishes for xmas and new year
royw
 
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Wed Dec 18, 2002, 03:57 PM
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well indy
I will not tell you. "you are wrong for one"
methinks you do as i do see all,hearall, and say nought,but enjoy
time spent at pso laugh at some cringe at others go to ranking table
as in my case position 1030 lol 48.7% and think hmmmmmmm
b/roll 15k well im surviving pso lol
best wishes for xmas and new year
royw
 

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