Originally Posted by vegasjj
This is such an awesome idea!
I'm sure you will all enjoy it and benefit from it.
I wish I could be part of the group - but I probably am not at the right poker knowledge level.
Good luck to you all!
I'm definitely not in a position to judge that....however I doubt it to be true.
Tho....look at it this way.....if everyone were at the same level, what's to learn ?
I can learn...from better players, but for sure also from worse players.
Apart from push-fold and all-in/call situations, there's about no single hand which plays in just 1 single way.
A level 4 player will most likely have different ideas about how to play a hand than a level 2 player.
Still the input / thoughts about a hand from a level 2 player might be useful.
Suppose MoD , who is a strong player, describes how he plays a certain hand.
Strong player or not, what he thinks doesn't have to be 100 % correct.
Now a so-called bad player describes the same hand.
Bad player or not, what he thinks doesn't have to be 100 % incorrect....au contraire, occasionally he might even play it better than the strong player.
See where I'm going ?
Input like "I push AA preflop 100 % of the time" is useless, while pushing AA pre, deepstacked, could still be the best play in certain circumstances.
It's about the reasoning , the thinking behind how we play hands in a certain way , which makes it worth discussing.
It's the why-question and the answer to it what we're looking for, and it's the answer which most of the time is open to discussion, no matter how good the player who gave that answer (unless level-0 or level-1 thinking players).