Wednesday, October 03, 2007

I Just Reread my Whole Blog

It was pretty good for a while there.

Wasn't it?

Oh to be young again.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

That's it?!

I waited 11 months for that?!

2:03 AM  
Blogger reevio said...

Can we turn this into a "Get over 50 comments and i'll start reposting" revival message?


5:09 AM  
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5:46 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Haha, you worked out where I got my username from.


5:36 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

come on keep it going ffs

1:45 AM  
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Anonymous hip hop honeys said...

LOL ... the whole thing?

2:53 PM  
Anonymous Gregory Terson said...

With this hand, we must not make the mistake of engaging in the game in the first position. But conversely, it would be a mistake to throw his cards dealer position when all other players have past. It should even restart! This is the ideal position to "steal the blinds." These two unfortunates who were forced to bet before seeing their cards can, of course, have a game harder than A-7. STATISTICALLY but it will not be the case. Most of the time, the blinds and the pot will pass us. Interesting poker stuff if you are paid and therefore obliged to make the move on the flop, there will still be huge advantage to speak after the opponent. And the possibility of finding a good flop, or if it does not improve the hand to win the shot still bluffing, assuming that the adversary has certainly not improved either. This is also a principle to remember: most hands do not improve on the flop! ...

10:58 PM  
Anonymous Terese Huston said...

Poker, especially No Limit Hold'em, the token management is a very important element. At any time, your bet influence the course of the shot and determine your score at the end of the game. And above all bets of your opponents, auctions in general, are a mine of information for you. Know how to use!

If you bet then you should go, it is a net loss in the long run.
If you go then you should bet, it's a bit the same as you miss an opportunity to gain STATISTICALLY.
If you bet too much or too little, you désavantagez also ...
for example, need to build your stack if there is a miserable pot to win. Conversely, do not bet too low in a big pot. Especially when you have a good game but you are not sure to win in the end if the opponent scored a draw unlikely. If you think you have the best game yet, go frankly. Made to pay dearly for anyone who wants to seek a miracle card!
This will also make a big difference, it is the Bonus for Beginners . A stimulus is an escalation: you and your opponent bets, you decide to build more expensive or even more expensive! This is a formidable poker weapon ... but since you double-edged risk more no deposit poker bonuses and free poker money offer for us players. It should therefore be used in specific situations.

11:00 PM  
Anonymous Free Poker said...

When you want to protect your hand: for example you have a strong hand, a hand where you are sure to win if the hand ended. The problem is that there is still a card or two to come after the flop and you fear that your opponent has a flush draw. It builds to make you believe he has a "hand made". Must be revived!
To reduce the number of your opponents: If you have a pair of aces before the flop, you have a Free money to play Poker! And you're the favorite shot for sure. But beware, if you play the shot with 4 or 5 players, if you are more favorite than that! So you raise to increase your odds of winning!
To earn more! Every time you win a game, the goal is to win the maximum with! This is the typical case where you agree to make the move to "night rate"!
Case: the stimulus for more information. Example: a player bets and you have a good hand, pocket queens! You feel strong but how if the other does not have a pair of kings or even a pair of aces. It would be annoying to lose your entire stack ... So you raise. And often (not always because you can come across particularly devious players ...), you will "know" it is happening and you win the pot without emotion is the enemy follows you and you will notice that your pair of ladies is the best game yet, it is finally re-raise again, you even said: "MAT" .... and then you may be able to stop spending and save the rest of your chips .. .
This is a case where re is equivalent to ask a question to the opponent. It then acts according to its "response" ...

In reality - it is quite inevitable alas, one or two bad experiences, you learn very quickly "build well." It is often said that "you have to pay to learn." This is also true in poker and in life!

11:02 PM  

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