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PSO Help - Wed May 23, 2012, 01:40 AM
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Since: May 2012
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If you look at my positions, I play the league well, or at least as well as you can play against the lottos+idlers. However, I'm struggling to get to/past 2000 mark. If I get know premium hands that you can play against these types of players, you are out of chips by 3000, which is negative. Even if you slow play it takes you to 2000, which is also negative.

Also, recently I've went from consistent good finishes (which you can see), to loads of bad finishes, including one which won't show for a few hours on this post of like a 4500 finish where I lose with AA to 24...what's worse is that AQ9 flopped, and he all inn'd with 24.....hit runner runner....

So does anyone know how to get good points now? Or is it just luck that you hit a premium hand and avoid bad beats?

-Joanne.

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Wed May 23, 2012, 03:56 AM
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I won the premier league qualifier last month by playing tag and a lot of position play, but on the open i get donked on all the time, so i dont enter it now it was making my so called game getting worse, i was entering pots with rubbish out of position, because i was sick of getting donked ,always getting out drawing with good hands by utter garbage try the qualifier and youll notice a huge difference in play, and it may also improve your game
 

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