Joined: Jan '11
Location: United States
Age: 57 (M)
Read through this old post and refreshed my memory on the Mobsters whom I no longer see visit the forum. There are a few that still visit, but so many that do not. I'm sure that's how it goes. Mobsters come and go for the most part other then a few.
The thread is really good for a beginner, but as mahdrof stated a lot of the terminology is hard for a beginner to understand. I mean, I still don't play position well nor do I fully understand pot values. I really need to get another book to read about a lot of things since I've stuck to playing poker for a couple years.
at the start of a MTT i would say to my self i have to get of to a good start. i would then take stupid risk like allin on the first hand. now i have realized MTT are like a long race if you crash near the start you cant win. you have to get to the end to win
Joined: Feb '13
Age: 27 (M)
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Joined: Oct '08
Age: 63 (M)
their afraid,they fold when it's a small bet , but their afraid to loose their money, especally when you have a couple of raisers at the table that raise every pot, again they start getting afraid, thats why I say if your afraid to loose your money DON'T PLAY POKER.