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Tue, Jan. 6th, 2009, 10:39 pm
albertpaul:

Dear Poker community,

I am new to livejournal and this community. I've been playing poker for about 2 years now and actively online since August 2008 with a few breaks in between because of moving from my old apartment to my current one :). I'm going to start documenting my progress at online poker in the form of analyzing tactical game through postings of hands, graphs and so on but also sharing my thoughts and my views on the game in general and my play.
I've written an introduction of me as a person and one about me in terms of my online poker activity. Currently I only play the micro limits but im hoping that I can share my experiences and thoughts on the game with others productively on my journal page and in this community.

If you are interested any further please check out my journal and add me as a friend.

Thank you for reading,
good luck to you all :)

Tue, Jan. 6th, 2009 10:35 pm (UTC)
ssrjazz

16 tables?!?! Jeez-M-Crow, man! I guess this is something I've never understood about most online poker players - how they can play so many tables at once. I can handle 2 ok, but not more than 3. At even 2 tables i'm not able to take decent notice on how ppl at the tables are playing. Have to stay at just one table for that.

What kind of 7th circle of hell ADD does one have to have to play so many tables at once?!?!

Wed, Jan. 7th, 2009 12:44 pm (UTC)
albertpaul

Well I had to clear the bonus in a small amount of time and I had been playing up to 9 Tables NL10FR so I decided I'd clear the bonus playing a few more on a lower limit :).
I Must say though anything over 6 Tables is nowhere near my A-Game and 16 Tables is pretty crazy... There is absolutely no time to think and only the most standard moves are possible.

Currently im back to comfortably playing 4 Tables of 6Max which is enough for me now to see my winrate, learn the dynamics of short handed game and play a more analytical opponent based style.

Imho to advance in your play you must play 4 Tables or under. Everything above this amount you are bound to make mistakes or automated moves rather than thinking through your lines.

Wed, Jan. 7th, 2009 12:30 am (UTC)
buckeyebrain

Welcome... while LiveJournal still exists!