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About FullMontyM1

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  1. Is this what a "guest noob" is?
  2. What is a "guest n00b?"
  3. He would cut your sandwich in half with a playing card.
  4. A prime rib sandwich with horseradish.If a beer shits in the woods, do you hear it?
  5. I don't know how things work out there in College Station but saying a thing doesn't make it so.Monty
  6. You better be careful, Matt, or I am going to start tossing around things like logic, and then someone could get hurt.Monty
  7. I think both of you guys made great points. From my limited stud experience, I feel like:Playing it fast on 3rd will lead to more variance, more frustration and a little more profitPlaying it slow on 3rd will lead to less variance, less frustration and a little less profitSo it depends on what is most important to you, I think. MontyEDITAlso, I don't remember the exact quote, but I do recall Chip Reese saying something about how it isn't always correct to make the mathematically correct play when you are at a distinct advantage comapred to your opponents.
  8. I don't think it matters one way or the other. I'd pick a couple of games and focus your attention on them, then branch out when you feel comfortable.Monty
  9. I -really- appreciate the support Canada. I don't mind responding, ad nasuem, to Matt's derogations and accusations. I feel that the give-and-take helps highlight the strengths of my argument, so that they are not lost in a miasmic cloud of babble, balderdash, baloney, blather, bombast, BS, bull, and bunk.MontyPS - Matt, I am sorely tempted to put your quote "You start tossin out logic to throw people off" in my signature, but I recognize that would be uncouth.
  10. Save the chips and gamble more as you approach the bubble, people will tighten up. Attack the middle stacks in position with solid hands, attack the big blind from the small, etc.If the situation was turned around in your post, if you had first action, you can push there and put the other guy to the decision. I understand the value of building up a big stack, but I think there is more value in building up that big stack as you approach the bubble so that you can get a solid cash, rather than gambling in this particular spot.The power of the bubble cannot be underestimated. Lots of people ti
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