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Former Valet becomes Regular Poker Winner at partypoker

For those who decided to try becoming a professional poker player, they will find that partypoker is the best place to be for first timers. Let’s take a look at this budding player, Raphael Eduardo de Paula – he has experienced the finest moments of his short career as a professional poker player over the past week. The Brazilian native, who turned professional just this February 20[...]   Read more » Former Valet becomes Regular Poker Winner at partypoker

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I like when I have stack and it can absorb then the bad beats or many times my own mistakes , so tgen I have a second chance , with crippled stack , but witha tournament life still at stake . Or else I am out , it sucks one hand to dudge the tournament life , big stack can give you the chance to lose 1, 2 or more flips and still be in the game . I will registering earlier in some tourneys , and I will be plaiying more loosely near the end , blind out is the worst when blinds increase a lot and the blinds levels last 7 minutes or less. At least for my game ,all these are true . Smile

     
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With a big or smaller stack we can lose at any time... as long the software is against of us. Many players tell me in the past that didn't know how to play, but my style was good, only that my luck missing with 80% compared with they (turn, river destroy my chances). In this way you can make money only very hard.

     
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