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SNG Member Reviews in November - Tue Oct 18, 2011, 04:06 PM
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Hi all,

During the month of November on Wednesday nights I'd like to run SNG member reviews for sng's with a buy in of $6+. I'll be doing lower stakes specifically in future months but Nov will be dedicated to the $6+ buy in range, should we have members wishing to submit their hand histories for a review during Live Training!

I would like to cover 1-3 table sng's so 9-man to 27-mans for this series please

If you would like to submit yours, I will need you to send me the entire hand history in text format to: Dave@myintellipoker.com. If selected your game will be featured during a live training. So you have to be willing to open up one of your games for this, but then it is kind of like getting a coaching session review for free.

If you are unfamiliar with this training format, here is an example of what one looks like:

http://www.pokerschoolonline.com/art...ade-b-in-a-SNG

We are hoping to offer many more Member review opportunities for the PSO members going forward, in a variety of game formats and buy in levels. I've already done several, single and multi table sng's, mtt's and cash games. I currently have no submittals for 9-man to 27 man sng's with buy ins of $6+, and since I'd like to try and make that my Wednesday evening theme during November I need your help. If you play these games, consider sending in a history for review, it will help the classes and it will provide an opportunity for feedback on your game with no cost to you.

If there are any questions, please ask.

Thanks,
Dave
 
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Tue Oct 18, 2011, 04:30 PM
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Dont most players in the PSO play one step lower?
I like the idea and everything but you might get more reviews if you made it the $3+!

Otherwise its like the PSO Fifty50 video for a $100,where the logic is great but a player cant use it at the micro level. I know you know what I am talking about because we have discussed this about other coaching sites that advertise micro when it turns out to be a 50NL video and up.

If you get $6+ I will still watch though :p
 
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Sun Oct 23, 2011, 09:45 PM
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Dont most players in the PSO play one step lower?
I like the idea and everything but you might get more reviews if you made it the $3+!

Otherwise its like the PSO Fifty50 video for a $100,where the logic is great but a player cant use it at the micro level. I know you know what I am talking about because we have discussed this about other coaching sites that advertise micro when it turns out to be a 50NL video and up.

If you get $6+ I will still watch though :p
Hi Cookies,

Sorry I didn't respond to this sooner.

Yes, I think many PSO players are playing 1 step lower. I will be happy to take submittals for lower stakes too!!!

Part of the initiative that's being tried for Nov is that the SNG training will be at these buy in levels of $6+. This will rotate, so in December and January lower buy ins will be looked at too. Anything I get for lower buy ins that fit into this category, I'll use in Dec and Jan for member reviews.

As for Nov. I have gotten 2 people who sent me some of these buy ins (quite a bit actually at the $7 and $15 level). So I will be doing 2 member reviews in November at this point, Sandtrap777 and chuckkky. I'm also slating a $21.20 Fifty50 that I played to round out the month.

Any more submittals, please send them in, I'm happy to take them.

Thanks,
Dave

Last edited by TheLangolier; Sun Oct 23, 2011 at 11:17 PM..
 

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