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I'm Krazula - Tue Apr 05, 2011, 04:00 AM
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Hello, I'm Krazula. I'm new to poker school and poker. I like to play the .1/.2 micro HORSE tables and also the micro 08B tables. I am a backgammon player, but much of my interest has switched to poker because of the hidden information in poker and because I think online backgammon has more cheaters than poker does. I want to build my bankroll and gradually increase the limits that I play. I think pokerschool is a very helpful tool and I think it is likely I would play much worse if it weren't for the free info I find throughout the school. I want to know if using a HUD is cruital and if it is which one I should use.

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Tue Apr 05, 2011, 07:39 AM
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Hi Krazula,

Thanks for the introduction and welcome to PSO. Your handle for some reason reminded me of Dracula when I first saw you at one of the tables, more impressive was your play and it sure seems that backgammon has given you a good platform for poker.

I don't use a HUD myself as I think it is a bit too early in my poker development. However, it is something that I intend to invest in later. I have narrowed down my choices to Holdem manager or Tournament Indicator based on the fact that they are the ones most talked about although I have found very few threads with detailed information about the pros and cons of either. What I do know from searching the net is that many of these programmes are provided "free" in conjunction with signing upto Pokerstars or other sites.

I would suggest attending watching the Langolier's videos and attending as many live training sessions as possible to get a good grounding. Then maybe start utilising the odds calculator and Pokerstove which are free. And off course there are all the courses and quizzes, hand analysis and mountains of valuable information throughout the site as you already know. If you cannot find what you want, just ask. There are many helpful people here who will point you in the right direction.

Finally, enjoy yourself and cya at the tables.

TC
 
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Wed Apr 06, 2011, 09:54 AM
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Since: Jul 2010
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Nice post topcat.

Hey Krazula, welcome to the league and the forum.
The first thing I think I ever did online was play backgammon at yahoo games.
Like top said, lots of great people here so don't hesitate to ask any questions if you have 'em.
Thanks for the intro, I'll be sending you a pm.
Best o' luck!
 

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