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Are PSO lessons correct for everyone ? - Tue Apr 01, 2014, 05:35 AM
jacentheacen's Avatar
Since: Mar 2014
Posts: 3
Are poker school online lessons and answers suitable for everyone's playing style?

Personally I average 50% correct at most quiz without having to study lessons but don't improve much after lesson some cases I do worse why is this and does it matter

some plays are so marginal and come down to luck but there is still a right and wrong answer according to PSO please tell me what you think and share some strategies to passing PSO quiz and lessons what we probably shouldn't take into account as they may change your game for the worse

is it better not to know?
or is knowledge the key to always winning?
what's the answer?
thanks jacentheacen

I think PSO lessons are very good guidelines and suggestions but interpretation should be optional and my answers are always correct in my mind when playing my hands my way as anything could happen if possible and at any time and most cases too many variables to make a definitive right and wrong answer and that's why I love poker
Tue Apr 01, 2014, 05:45 AM
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Since: Jul 2011
Posts: 26,020
(Community Coordinator)

The PSO course and quizzes are designed for very new players and contain basic beginners strategy. The courses are not meant to be advanced and more advanced material can be found in our video archive, usually the videos that are 150 VPP restricted.

We don't provide answers to our quizzes for obvious reasons, so that players can't copy the answers from someone else. We recommend that players take as much time as is needed to study the course content before attempting to take the quiz. All of the information needed to pass the quiz can be found in the corresponding course material

If however you find a question tricky or are unsure about a part of any course just post here in the forum. They're lots of friendly people here that are more than happy to help you out.



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