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olfabiolo

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:) Legal oba your blog that you are good also released his book grateful
 
John A

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Thanks guys. Just added a new entry this morning. A little story my wife told me last night that got me a little choked up. Those are the real life things that we need to see more of...
 
John A

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Hehe.... that was the cheesiest title I could come up with. Good story though.
 
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I put a recommendaton for you as a comment on one of the blog pages.:)
 
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It's funny, I did that same line on an opponent the other night(same scenario, in bb facing raise from co,flopped flush draw,check called the flop and led out on turn) Worked like a charm! The reason I like this "Sip n Go" strat is bc it disguises the hand you're holding...almost makes it look like you flopped big and certainly has a tendency to make the preflop raiser scratch his head:icon_scra
Looking forward to reading more sir John!
 
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Will be keeping up with this thread. Bout to check out your blog, always open to learning new strategies. I'll have a look at your book too! Best of luck with your blog.
 
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Wow, thanks a lot!!!! I finished reading your book and I'm trying to keep up with the forum post. Really appreciate it.
 
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Well, nice posts, im sure that it will help me so much in my game.
 
BearPlay

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Thanks for the blog, John! I appreciate the post on patience ;)
 
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Yeah, I also notice that when I play tighter cutting down the number of bad spots that I put myself in pretty much eliminates tilting on my part. I find it a lot harder to maintain the balance between being patient and exploiting enough spots though :)
 
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