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The definition of 'donkitude...' - Wed Mar 02, 2011, 11:38 PM
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At no point in this exercise in mediocrity, to pure donkitude, back to mediocrity .
I really am having trouble defining the term, 'donkitude.'
Is it using the techniques such as bet-sizing, stack-management, and opponent reading? I always thought that these were characteristics of a strong game. If used correctly, one can bet INTO an opponent and control one's descent into the bowels of the PSO. I can only conclude that those who fail to see the value of these characteristics of a strong game should not attempt the March FastCurve Poker Challenge. I fear that once they drop, they do not have the game to return...

Im just sayin....
 
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Thu Mar 03, 2011, 12:18 AM
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I really am having trouble defining the term, 'donkitude.'
Is it using the techniques such as bet-sizing, stack-management, and opponent reading? I always thought that these were characteristics of a strong game. If used correctly, one can bet INTO an opponent and control one's descent into the bowels of the PSO. I can only conclude that those who fail to see the value of these characteristics of a strong game should not attempt the March FastCurve Poker Challenge. I fear that once they drop, they do not have the game to return...

Im just sayin....

Pfffffffffft. Yeah, okay Perfessor,whatever.
 
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Thu Mar 03, 2011, 01:23 AM
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yes decrepitude is the word
 

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