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More Trial of Knave

The new magic formula P =( 1/3S – C)/R, where P is the pot, S is the stack, R is the raise and C is the seating arrangement and position of play has had some spectacular results recently, however, the only problem is when you are short stacked in a early position you are still […]

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Poker Patience

Been playing very badly lately. My lack of patience which is normal, has now gone into overdrive giving my opponents ample opportunity to take advantage and gain my chips with little effort. The crazy thing about it is that I know I am doing this. What is the cure for this silly attitude? I have […]

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Art for art sake…

Yesterday I wrote a piece about a report written by Kyle Siler about poker called School of The Bleeding Obvious. In it I basically slammed the report called Social and Psychological Challenges of Poker for being a long tract saying in an email correspondence ‘…that being tight/aggressive and not playing too many hands is the […]

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School of The Bleeding Obvious

There is a august forum called ‘Journal of Gambling Studies’ which publish stuff on gambling and the its psychological effects on people and society. It maybe a worth while thing to read and is probably a great thing to partake in. However, you do have to wonder why would anyone spend so much time to […]

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Lunatics and Betting

A new report from The Medical Journal of Australia confirm my view that full moons mean trouble. In the article they did some research that showed that violence increased and the nature of violence changed when there is a full moon. This is not new the Roman word for moon is Luna and it is […]

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An Interlude from Grinding

Grinding out a living from the online poker tables is getting harder and consequently getting more boring. I tend to find myself taking more time off and/or listening to more music. I have even found myself reading newspapers while playing which is not conducive to a winning strategy. It is clear to me that grinding […]

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