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While sitting down at a virtual or real poker table your first thoughts are on the cards sitting in front of you. Pocket aces before the flop in Hold Em’ are like perfect children that don’t talk back, eat their veggies when they are told to, and manage to not raise your blood pressure after a long day at work. The flop comes out rags and you bet on those honor students knowing they are smarter then the scruffy looking trucker in the five seat. He calls your bet on the turn with the tenacity of a bulldog, refusing defeat despite his inferior holdings. The river puts a possible flush on the board and suddenly the road jockey decides to push all of his chips into the middle.
What do you do?
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Cardschat Forums are a place for its members to vent bad beats, offer advice, and discuss troubling hands from their past sessions. Also, the Cardschat community offers freerolls and private tournaments to its members. I can’t tell your how playing in the WPBT blogger games has advanced my play, especially when you play against the same people and develop reads to play beyond ABC poker. Also, you can meet some mentors that can help advance your game in ways that a book could never do. I wouldn’t be writing or profiting from poker if it wasn’t for the people I’ve met thru this blog. If you’re not into writing, drafting a post is a great way to meet some like-minded people without having to stumble thru bad metaphors like myself each day.
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