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my program, becoming a human bot - Sat Feb 19, 2011, 03:17 PM
buffalohead's Avatar
Since: Sep 2010
Posts: 95
boredom must be my friend
watching countdowns
waiting for the right hands
i was 7000 something this month
now im sniffing the 50 bucks for the top 100
here is how to play boring robotic risk free poker
and make the $$$


Register late
at the 9 min mark
avoids the early donkouts

as soon as you hit the table look up all your opponents
rate them
red means danger rate the top 100 red
red is danger

orange to the 1000 mark
orange is a blend between caution and danger

1000 to 5000 rank as yellow
be cautious

5k - 10k is green go for it
10 k plus are blue
who knows?

once you have researches all oponennents it should be 15 mins in
so you dodged donks
now you take notes about the hands each color plays
during the time frame
oranges min raise with small pp in late pos
blues all in with 89 off

you will need a list for the first hour
the second hour
the end game

refer to your notes
play the colors, dont play the person

see previous ABC poker theread for starting hands and time out strategy
Good thing most donks, fish, and shove monkeys don't read the forums or poker books - Sat Feb 19, 2011, 03:39 PM
sharkatack89's Avatar
Since: Nov 2010
Posts: 536
Well, I was hoping nobody actually made a post like this. You have stumbled across something many of us top boarders have been doing for months. A few other tricks of the trade we all still have but, you are correct. This is how you make 50 in PSO, and now, thanks to your post, probably not for very much longer. Good Job detective, and no chit sherlock. Always knew this couldn't last forever. Will be time to change up, or get out sooner than I expected.


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