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one thing i have learned from the month of MAY - Wed Jun 01, 2011, 12:24 AM
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you are either programmed to win or you are programmed to lose i have had alot of fun this month .... but wow have i seen some chit oh well this is definitely not live ...live and learn
 
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Wed Jun 01, 2011, 12:26 AM
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oh ya F.M
 
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Wed Jun 01, 2011, 06:27 AM
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Well I learned that it's possible to get into the points almost every game by playing super tight and only having 1 premium hand per game. It's not rigged.
 
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Wed Jun 01, 2011, 08:51 AM
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Exactamundo Merc +1

I hope you are still killing those 50/50s

TC
 
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Wed Jun 01, 2011, 11:20 AM
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Well I learned that it's possible to get into the points almost every game by playing super tight and only having 1 premium hand per game. It's not rigged.

+2 Merc.

In December I made the to 100 playing 7.5% of my hands for the entire month. If you learn nothing else from PSO (and remember please that the competition and money are great but the League is PART of the school--something Top was trying to convey in his thread I believe--the League is NOT the be all,end all of this endeavor by PStars and PSO),then you will learn how to A. BE PATIENT and B. How to learn to play as a short stack and not panic.

These two lessons will serve you well as you try to take your game to cash MTT's/SNG's provided of course that you make some adjustments to the different realities and objectives inherent in those games as compared to PSO.

But the over-arching principles,that patience and keeping ones cool when things aren't going optimally,are one size fits all that will always pay off in poker if you can master them.

Congrats to all this month's winners. And if you made money and progressed your game that's anyone reading this,whether you banked $1500 or $3.
 
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Wed Jun 01, 2011, 12:49 PM
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you are either programmed to win or you are programmed to lose i have had alot of fun this month .... but wow have i seen some chit oh well this is definitely not live ...live and learn
I think you're suffering from "near miss" syndrome. A lot of players that make page 1 at some stage of the month but fail to strike big fall victim to this
 
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Wed Jun 01, 2011, 02:53 PM
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I learned something tooe winning score is always lower in the months i don't play the league.Last month you needed 1967 points to win it,this month only one player managed to get over 1900 points.Simply amazing! Anyway congratulations to De Hitman well played
 
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Tue Jun 07, 2011, 08:35 AM
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I think you're suffering from "near miss" syndrome. A lot of players that make page 1 at some stage of the month but fail to strike big fall victim to this
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-jdKmhcttUU&NR=1
 

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