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About richgambler

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  1. Sorry to hear this, DN. I really hope your Mom pulls through ok, she seems like an amazing lady.
  2. Good article......thanks for the link
  3. Exactly what I was thinking after I read the article......NH
  4. No question. I think it takes the most skill to master most/all the games. I.E. Chip Reese- And this is NOT just because of his win in HORSE this year. The man has been playing the highest stakes mixed games for 30 years and continues to be a winner.
  5. :icon_eek:To the OP.....you sir have no idea what you're talking aboutthat is all
  6. The other pros say that it is Reese's emotional control that makes him so good. He never gets too down when he loses a pot and never gets too up when he wins one. He is just supposed to be a very cool customer -- he wins the most on the hands he wins and loses the minimum with the hands he loses. He never chases or starts playing less than optimally. That right there seperates him from 99.9% of most people who play poker (including, according the other professionals, most pros).This sums it up beautifully.......NH
  7. Yeah, you definitely should have walked away at that point. If you have a bad feeling about a certain table and feel like the players are better than you, then theve got you half-beat already and this can never be good for your bankroll. By the way, Ive never heard of this rule. Anyone else know anything about it???
  8. LMAO....you summed it up wonderfully.....Some of us like to watch actual poker being played, not just crap-shoots.
  9. I agree......Sam Farha has been playing the best poker of the bunch by far.....hes making great reads, raises, etc......when a guy like Sammy is running good......watch out
  10. Well said, Kowboy.....this is spot on advice 8)
  11. Thanks man, I understand position...however, exactly how many boards do you think youre going to hit with this hand??? You have close to zero fold equity because its a table full of donks AND its Omaha.....as for Smash, Im laying odds he doesnt play this hand eitherP.S. Please explain bolded statement...how the hell are all 4 of those cards 'working together'????
  12. I agree 100% with both of these points.....when I first saw your hand I had to check and see if you were playing O8 instead of hi....not a good high hand, to say the least....
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