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n00b here - Mon Oct 24, 2011, 05:06 PM
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Gidday all

Fairly new to the pokerschool, not new to stars.

Aussie, bad-tempered at times on the tables (donk me at the tables and find out, apologies in advance) but working on it, love playing Poker, have a job where I can work and play Poker at the same time. I don't play out of what I consider my depth and I'd probably be considered grinder, but I don't mind grinding because it means I play lots of Poker, which is the point...

Having my first real go at the PSO skill league, going ok, won't complain about anything to do with it simply because it's free and I prefer not to look a gift horse in the mouth...

Coop
 
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Mon Oct 24, 2011, 05:51 PM
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hey coop, welcome, and whats your avatar from?
 
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Mon Oct 24, 2011, 06:02 PM
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WELCOME AND GOOD LUCK


 
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Mon Oct 24, 2011, 07:41 PM
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Cheers guys.

My avatar is a Rugby League team in Sydney, the Wests Tigers.
 
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Tue Oct 25, 2011, 09:05 AM
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Welcome coopster and thanks for the intro.

Be sure to check out all the site has to offer through the tabs up top. You'll find lot's of thoughts and advice on the leagues in the forums and blogs. Live training runs almost daily, and videos, library and the rest are all great resources.
Let us know if you have any questions.
 
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Tue Oct 25, 2011, 05:28 PM
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Gidday all

Fairly new to the pokerschool, not new to stars.

Aussie, bad-tempered at times on the tables (donk me at the tables and find out, apologies in advance) but working on it, love playing Poker, have a job where I can work and play Poker at the same time. I don't play out of what I consider my depth and I'd probably be considered grinder, but I don't mind grinding because it means I play lots of Poker, which is the point...

Having my first real go at the PSO skill league, going ok, won't complain about anything to do with it simply because it's free and I prefer not to look a gift horse in the mouth...

Coop
hi and welcome coopster from down unda eh m8!
what's your main game?

the PSO site is a treasure trove of information, anything you want to know just ask me and if i do not know my uncle buddy knows and if he doesn't his PSO family will!lol jk

GL at the tables
 
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Tue Oct 25, 2011, 11:34 PM
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Cheers Dan and Lee.

Lee, if pushed I'd probably say Badugi, followed by NL Holdem. But in reality it's probably Razz but I just hate playing it, so I don't.

I can play anything reasonably well I think without excelling at any one in particular.

I go well at astronomer Freeroll tickets... lol

I have 126 at the moment but can't use them because they're on at midnight Saturday night and Monday morning at 6am here in Sydney.
 
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Wed Oct 26, 2011, 07:01 AM
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Having my first real go at the PSO skill league, going ok, won't complain about anything to do with it simply because it's free and I prefer not to look a gift horse in the mouth...

Coop
first real go, the open league is not a real go, its a sit out fest where u just try to survive the blind enough to make it into the points you might get lucky sometimes and have a big stack, after the 100-200ish left the real poker start (i think) never made it that far
 
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Wed Oct 26, 2011, 04:17 PM
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No argument there, it's a struggle (I've become adept at using the clock..) but the prizes on offer make it worth a shot.
 
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Sun Nov 13, 2011, 06:54 PM
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Gidday all


Coop
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