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How do you stop the brain farts - Thu Sep 15, 2011, 02:38 PM
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Dales thread got ne to thinkin' (I know, hard to believe) what do you do to stop the knee jerk/spazzing/brain farts that happen to everyone playing this game. As we all know you can never really stop them all together, because even the best of the best have them, but rather what do you do to minimize them? Live is much easier I think do to the speed (or lack thereof) playing live, but what about online where everything happens much more rapidly (especially when multi tabling) .. So whats your trick or method for controlling this phenomenon?
 
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Thu Sep 15, 2011, 03:06 PM
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I try to not concentrate too hard and let things to just about mentally register, but then just let it 'float away' so to speak and act on the after sensation.

I hope that makes sense...
 
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Fri Sep 16, 2011, 07:07 AM
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Originally Posted by havocofsmeg View Post
I try to not concentrate too hard and let things to just about mentally register, but then just let it 'float away' so to speak and act on the after sensation.

I hope that makes sense...
far out mannnnnnn!
 

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