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Thanks pso - Thu Feb 10, 2011, 05:59 PM
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I would like to thank poker school online.
I am a regular player on pokers stars,thought I was not a good player,but fair and trying to get better.I did not know how bad I was.I went to the pso
site thinking I would get get free game play out of it.That didn't happen,
I would take a test ,fail it,then I would go through the coruse.
I found out most of the things I was doing wrong, was just about everything. Last year I went to a WSOP event in MS. Didn,t do any good and i was ok with that. This year i went back to the WSOP in Jan/Feb in MS. Cashed in 2 tournaments 5th in a 4:00 and 20th in the senior event. I do not belive I would have made in that far in those tournament if I had not been giong to PSO. Again thanks PSO

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Thu Feb 10, 2011, 08:05 PM
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What a great first post.
Thanks Amp for the intro and the good news.
Hopefully many more to come.
I will be sending you a pm this week.
Can't wait to hear some more good things from ya'.
Best o' luck,
Dan
 
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Thu Feb 10, 2011, 08:37 PM
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In the same vein as the shawshank redemption. I give him two weeks until he breaks, he's no andy dufrene.
 
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cool - Thu Feb 10, 2011, 08:53 PM
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I would like to thank poker school online.
I am a regular player on pokers stars,thought I was not a good player,but fair and trying to get better.I did not know how bad I was.I went to the pso
site thinking I would get get free game play out of it.That didn't happen,
I would take a test ,fail it,then I would go through the coruse.
I found out most of the things I was doing wrong, was just about everything. Last year I went to a WSOP event in MS. Didn,t do any good and i was ok with that. This year i went back to the WSOP in Jan/Feb in MS. Cashed in 2 tournaments 5th in a 4:00 and 20th in the senior event. I do not belive I would have made in that far in those tournament if I had not been giong to PSO. Again thanks PSO
yes, very cool 1st post,

cheers

effsea
 
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Thu Feb 10, 2011, 09:02 PM
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I would like to thank poker school online.
I am a regular player on pokers stars,thought I was not a good player,but fair and trying to get better.I did not know how bad I was.I went to the pso
site thinking I would get get free game play out of it.That didn't happen,
I would take a test ,fail it,then I would go through the coruse.
I found out most of the things I was doing wrong, was just about everything. Last year I went to a WSOP event in MS. Didn,t do any good and i was ok with that. This year i went back to the WSOP in Jan/Feb in MS. Cashed in 2 tournaments 5th in a 4:00 and 20th in the senior event. I do not belive I would have made in that far in those tournament if I had not been giong to PSO. Again thanks PSO
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In the same vein as the shawshank redemption. I give him two weeks until he breaks, he's no andy dufrene.
Congrats AMP--I'm sure your new found knowledge is a welcome addition to your poker arsenal. Might I also suggest the Suited Aces study group on Ventrilo? Lots of poker help there if you're interested. I'm sure you can add some of your WSOP experiences as well.

It never ceases to amaze me that pot-stirrers around here have such little regard for new posters trying to improve their game. These are also the ones who have never experienced the wealth of knowledge and camaraderie that IS the Suited Aces. The fact that they think that there is nothing there for them to learn is probably a contributing factor to why they fail...

Im just saying
 
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Thu Feb 10, 2011, 09:17 PM
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Congrats AMP--I'm sure your new found knowledge is a welcome addition to your poker arsenal. Might I also suggest the Suited Aces study group on Ventrilo? Lots of poker help there if you're interested. I'm sure you can add some of your WSOP experiences as well.

It never ceases to amaze me that pot-stirrers around here have such little regard for new posters trying to improve their game. These are also the ones who have never experienced the wealth of knowledge and camaraderie that IS the Suited Aces. The fact that they think that there is nothing there for them to learn is probably a contributing factor to why they fail...

Im just saying
normaly i'm pretty quiet when it comes to you tazz but this is exactly what i said to another member of your group
i would know more about poker if you talked more about it
if i have to go somewhere else to learn then why am i at a poker school
you are contradicting your self here from one paragraph to the next

i'm just sayin'

 
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Thu Feb 10, 2011, 09:19 PM
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Post was entirely PSO related. Good luck if you join SA.
 
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Thu Feb 10, 2011, 11:30 PM
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normaly i'm pretty quiet when it comes to you tazz but this is exactly what i said to another member of your group
i would know more about poker if you talked more about it
if i have to go somewhere else to learn then why am i at a poker school
you are contradicting your self here from one paragraph to the next

i'm just sayin'

Congrats on your infallible logic and dizzying intellect. If you have to go somewhere else? Like a poker forum? Or you don't post on a poker forum to learn more?? Then why do you post??

Im just sayin--
 
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Thu Feb 10, 2011, 11:40 PM
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if i have to go somewhere else to learn then why am i at a poker school
LMAO!

Well if you don't know, why would anyone else? We wouldn't want you to go out of your way to get better.
 
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Thu Feb 10, 2011, 11:53 PM
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i post the crap that i do because it is all that fills these pages week after week
if i had something to contribute that would be considered valuable i would
all that is asked here is the same crap over and over again
did i play this right was my bet good enough why did he call my bet what could he have
whine whine whine whine whine whine

if you two feel yourup to the task i have a fairly good list of topics you could be discussing that would truely help a majority of the players here

otherwise just keep running around thread to thread posting the same old same old

 
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Thu Feb 10, 2011, 11:55 PM
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and where are my manners

welcome to the forum amp 12

i'm sure you will find lots of helpful information here and a bunch of great peeps to help you if you have any questions

 
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Fri Feb 11, 2011, 12:59 AM
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if you two feel yourup to the task i have a fairly good list of topics you could be discussing that would truely help a majority of the players here

Have you ever participated in a Saturday Study Group? I'd suggest bringing your list to that. If YOU'RE up to the task, you may find it TRULY helpful...

 
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Fri Feb 11, 2011, 02:07 AM
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Have you ever participated in a Saturday Study Group? I'd suggest bringing your list to that. If YOU'RE up to the task, you may find it TRULY helpful...

why go away from here?
don't you find it the least amount moronic that you advertise in a poker school to go to suited aces to learn poker?

 
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Fri Feb 11, 2011, 02:22 AM
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why go away from here?
don't you find it the least amount moronic that you advertise in a poker school to go to suited aces to learn poker?
Well let's make this simple. This is Infant School. The Suited Aces is University. If you're ready to learn something a little more advanced, join. If not, have fun in the sandpit.
 
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Nice very nice!!! - Fri Feb 11, 2011, 03:11 AM
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WAY TO GO AMP12!!!

and welcome to the forum, congrats on your WSOP!
 
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Fri Feb 11, 2011, 04:49 AM
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suited aces is for lame goons....saturday study group? sounds like a cult to me....do yall play pocket pool at these "study groups"?

i will take on any suited lace player heads up and demolish them....

oh btw welcome to pso new guy!!
 
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Fri Feb 11, 2011, 07:40 AM
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Nice to meet you amp! Welcome to the farm and congrats on your recent success! I am from Alabama and have been to Pearl River a few times and played but thats about it. I too have had benefit from the PSO and I'm planning to check out Suited Aces.

Dont pay too much attention to some of the posts on here. All forums I have ever been to have their negative personalities that dont have much better to do with their time and have some need to be noticed. Most people in the forum are very supportive.

Good luck with the tourneys and see ya on the felt!

RZR
 
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Fri Feb 11, 2011, 08:32 AM
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suited aces is for lame goons....saturday study group? sounds like a cult to me....do yall play pocket pool at these "study groups"?

i will take on any suited lace player heads up and demolish them....

oh btw welcome to pso new guy!!
i'm not turning this into a nicolethecow thread
i have nothing against the suited aces
some of my club members and people who i like to think of as friends are members and have protested to the wealth of knowledge that is shared there

my problem is that i'm here
this is a school and doesn't have to be a kindergarten school
this site could be so much more if the more experienced players start topics such as how to identify leaks and fix them to name one
a lot of us know of the easy leaks but most of us don't know what types of leaks there are
how do you find them and what do you do to fix them

thankfully we do have some here who do not mind sharing the knowledge that they have with us and to those people i say thank you

 
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Fri Feb 11, 2011, 09:35 AM
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Joker, have you even checked out what Suited Aces is? It's TOTALLY different than the forums, let me tell you! One should NEVER stop educating themselves, no matter the subject, would you agree? If you're not seen topics being discussed here that you would like to see, I can guarantee you that someone in SA would be more than happy to help you find your answer quicker. What they have to offer on any one subject could take up pages & a lot of time to post here, trust me.

Dawn
 
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Fri Feb 11, 2011, 11:43 AM
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why go away from here?
don't you find it the least amount moronic that you advertise in a poker school to go to suited aces to learn poker?

Hello?? Anybody home?? The study group is a part of PSO. It is composed of PSO members trying to improve their game. That is like asking, 'Don't you find it the least amount moronic that you advertise in a poker school to go read blogs written by PSO members?'
 

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