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  1. Limping early is fine, but I'm assuming that you are always just calling a raise when someone is raising after you. Try re-raising once in a while. Only KK and AA have you crushed. If someone calls you (they will call or fold more than another re-raise) play it like AA or KK on the flop, assuming it is rags. if you get a call, you can still get away with it pretty easily. If an A or K hits on the flop or turn (assuming a call to your bet on the flop) then you're still in pretty good shape.Vary your play as well - raise some from early position as well. I'd rather win a small pot with AKo than
  2. I just spewed ice tea all over my keyboard!!!!
  3. wow.... you're right. Maybe you should start up a training program! I can see it now - the school of krablar and other under played hands.
  4. Tonight may be to small of a sample size to prove that Daniel can really play on the internet, but I'll bet everyone sitting at the table is pretty convinced!
  5. The original advice may be rudimentary, but valuable none the less and something that most people need to be reminded of.I like to equate this to “thinking outside of the box.” I believe that in most cases (in both poker and life) people “get outside of the box” not because it is needed, but because they are ignoring the basics and not blocking and tackling. What I got from Steve personally is make sure you are taking care of the basics. If you have a weak hand and get raised you should fold most of the time instead of trying to get fancy. By doing this you can control your losses. In most lo
  6. I can't believe I read the whole thing....
  7. Well I played that horribly. Had 1010 three times and just couldn't stand it anymore. Should have pushed preflop.Thanks Bud!Sorry....
  8. Yea....You should have made it a condition that we couldn't join the same STT.
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