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building a good foundation - Thu Feb 23, 2012, 07:05 AM
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this is going out specifically to thelangolier, but anyone else who thinks they have the right material to build a good foundation is welcome to share. So i was watching one of the videos that thelangolier made and picked up something that i liked a lot. He said "for you to build a nice house you have to start from building a good solid foundation and the same goes with poker" can you please make a video that goes through the steps of building that solid foundation. I know that there are many videos in your archive but would it be possible to make one that basically puts all the points in what is necessary to build that solid foundation. I dont mean to go into full depth because that would probably be a 5 hour video but if you could put something together as to what criteria is needed to build that foundation with bullet points would be fantastic.
 
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Thu Feb 23, 2012, 11:33 AM
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Hi aga32,

That's a great idea, I could put something like this together for a theory class.

March schedule is already done so may not be until April, but I'll bump this thread with a link when it's on the calendar.

Thanks,
Dave


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Thu Feb 23, 2012, 01:37 PM
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sounds fantastic dave!! thanks a lot. i cant wait to see it!! by the way keep up the great work

regards
manny
 

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