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Have the PSO schools been amalgamated? - Wed Jul 06, 2011, 09:23 AM
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I noticed a few posts here from members of other schools. I assumed that they had done the same as me and switched over to PSO.

It has just occurred to me though that since PSO has integrated the various leagues under one umbrella, it is likely that the schools have been amalgamated as well?

Does that mean that we all can be members of three schools now?

TC
 
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Wed Jul 06, 2011, 11:32 AM
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I think they are still running the German and Spanish Intellipoker leagues, but I think you need to be in Germany or Spain to get into those. Players in those countries can probably play in both the global PSO and their local country league.
 
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Wed Jul 06, 2011, 12:23 PM
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The 3 leagues are combined into one
But the other 2 leagues have other tournaments (Omaha, razz, etc)
The 3 leagues have there own forums

So they all play in this Global league and they also play these other games
And those 2 other leagues are for there specific countries
 
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Wed Jul 06, 2011, 03:43 PM
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Originally Posted by IroncladMerc View Post
I think they are still running the German and Spanish Intellipoker leagues, but I think you need to be in Germany or Spain to get into those. Players in those countries can probably play in both the global PSO and their local country league.
IroncladMerc

I use to belong to the Inillipoker league! Had to give it up to joing the PSO and I'm so
happy I did. You do not need to belong to that country to be a member. There teaching
methods are aggressive to say the least. They tend to teach how to steal pots wrather
to win them. The learn to raise everything to the flop and the race to the river and hope you
fold out. Believe it or not on the cash table this does work for them more then you think.

They play on luck most of the time and when they hit they make like they had the hand
in the first place. Look for a raise on any face card - connectors or suited and not just any
raise. They are tought is if they raise and get lucky a couple of times you will think twice
about them again.....I did make some cash there but was not learning poker.
All I learned the was to shuve push and bully my way though a game.

The PSO is by far the best place to learn and get help when I need it and boy do I!
As I find myself sometimes putting to much on a pot the I know I would lose anyway.
Still trying to break the habits I learned there........

Very happy I joined the PSO the forum here is a great place to learn and not to mention
the members here are here to help! In there form they just bragged about how they
just won som cash from another country. If you asked someone for help the would
just tell you to go there text or video section...

GL AT THE TABLES:
 

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