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Thank you - Tue Feb 25, 2014, 04:13 PM
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No questions,just like to say thank you for the latest podcast(no.4)re:-donk betting,thought it was put together fantastic with the help from pso team online,ty Cannonlee,Dale and felix,gave me some good insights and hope others too.
PS maybe we the pso members could have a live training going into more depth about Donk betting,perhaps you could convince felix or Dave(thelangolier)or another to do this plz.
ty allan(6CHIP AL)avid podcast listener.
 
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Wed Feb 26, 2014, 07:50 AM
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No questions,just like to say thank you for the latest podcast(no.4)re:-donk betting,thought it was put together fantastic with the help from pso team online,ty Cannonlee,Dale and felix,gave me some good insights and hope others too.
PS maybe we the pso members could have a live training going into more depth about Donk betting,perhaps you could convince felix or Dave(thelangolier)or another to do this plz.
ty allan(6CHIP AL)avid podcast listener.
Hi Allan,

I'm glad to hear that you enjoyed the podcast! Donk Betting is a line that is really under utilized by many players these days at the table, Dale and Felix explain >>click here<< on episode 4.

I believe we've had some in the past, but I really like the idea of having a live training with the main focus point being about Donk Betting, there is just so much to touch base on about the subject that I wouldn't be surprised if many live training's cover that topic in the future. Stay tuned on @PokerStarsPSO on Twitter or the Live Training page here at PSO for an announcement!


Best of luck at the tables,
CannonLee



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