Originally Posted by 4BeLikeWater4
Just curious if their is any pro players on Cardschat. I know a lot of members of TwoPlusTwo and PocketFives are pros, so seeing if their were any that were part of Cardschat. I just wonder about posting hands I have questions about and wondering who is giving me advice. If I were to post something on PocketFives and someone like AJKHoosier1 gave me some advice, I would take it, but on Cardschat, just not sure if I'm taking advice from a pro or someone that's on the same boat as me.
I'm not sure how many are pros, I'm sure there are some or at least some who could be pro if they choose to do so and are active on the forum.
This doesn't mean that the advice they will give will differ to a "pros" advice or doesn't mean it's less relevant. The likely hood however, if someone answers a question you ask then it's unlikely they are in the same boat as they will know the answer where as you don't. I'm quite sure there are some terrible pros who are actually worse than some good recreational/none pro players so I wouldn't just want to look for pros answers all the time. Anyone can be classed as a pro if they wish to do so; so thinking a pro answer is the bee all and end all is quite naive in many respects. I know personally there are some shockingly bad pros who binked a tournament or ran good then decided to go pro and know there are tons of better players on this forum for example.
Of course there will be times where you get opinions like on most forums, including 2+2 that are completely opinionated and bad advice too, but the vast majority of the time if you post a hand for example on this forum; the advice you get will be from soliders play and more importantly for the most part, correct.