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top ten was fun - Fri May 20, 2011, 06:57 PM
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thats better pso cant win anymore .......kks lose to 22 qq lose to ace rag wah
 
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Fri May 20, 2011, 10:43 PM
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That's poker =D A few time ago, I don't arrived at ITM in 17 tourneys, I passed from 1847 to 1818 pts, losing a lot of hands in which I was 70%, 80% or 85% favourite, but in the last 2 days I arrived 3 times to ITM and I passed from 1818 to 1865 pts. The poker is a patience game, long-term results, and fortunately we have a lot of tourneys to reduce the luck factor. In the spanish league, for example, is different, the people only have 60-62 tourneys per month, if you have a bad patch of 17 consecutive tourneys is very difficult win the league, but here, with 180-186 tourneys, the good luck or the bad luck are not the most important things, the most important thing is the strategy.

For example, if I see your results, I see that there are a lot of tourneys where you finished between the 200º and the 300º position, in the last 25 tourneys you finished 8 times (32%) between these positions, me in the last 25 tourneys never finished between these positions, my worst position is 195º, where I only lost 5 points, during my bad patch only 1 time I lost more than 6 points, but you in 8 times lost more than 6 points. This means that probably your problem is not the luck, but the strategy =)

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Last edited by Thanat0s666; Fri May 20, 2011 at 10:48 PM..
 

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