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I need some help - Thu Feb 23, 2012, 09:21 AM
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okay, I've admitted it. I need help to make me a winning player. I've done everything i can think of to try to win at this game, and something isn't clicking for me. Maybe what I need is a coach to look over the hands I play, or maybe it's just something that I'm missing, that someone else can see in my play, whatever it is, I'm completely open to suggestions/coaching, or any feedback.

thanks everyone,

Stake.
 
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Thu Feb 23, 2012, 01:18 PM
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*** moved to better fitting section since is a ? about coaching, which would fit the education section better JWK24***


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Thu Feb 23, 2012, 02:12 PM
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Hi StakeHorse...

I am not "volunteering" as a formal 'coach" for you (nor do I do this for $), but if you want to talk about an MTT you played we can do that.

All i'd ask is a couple things:

1) Down load Skype.

- Add me (yantoy4)

- make sure you have a mic

2) Prepare your cash MTT Hand Histories.

- Use "universal replayer (http://www.universal-replayer.net/).

(The PSO replayer seems to have trouble loading a massive number of hands, or I'd say use that. If you have problems with UR, then by all means, load all hands, even the ones you fold, in 10 or 20 hand groups in the PSO replayer.)

3) PM me with a time you want to meet up on skype to have a voice chat and go over your MTT.

Let me know if you want to do this, ok?

-JDean


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