tinaosr
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September 21st, 2023 at 5:42:10 AM permalink
When playing poker online, it's essential to start by mastering the game's rules and hand rankings. Begin at low-stakes tables to gain experience without risking too much money, and always stick to a well-defined bankroll management strategy to protect your funds. Table selection matters; opt for tables with players of varying skill levels that match your expertise. Pay attention to your position at the table, playing more aggressively when in late position and more cautiously in early position. Be selective with your starting hands, focus on strong ones, and use bluffing sparingly and strategically. Learn your opponents' tendencies and adapt your strategy accordingly. Understand pot odds and implied odds for making informed decisions, and be willing to bet and raise when you have strong hands. Always maintain a respectful demeanor at the virtual table, take regular breaks, and review your play to improve. Gradually move up in stakes as your skills grow, and stay updated with poker strategy to keep evolving as a player.
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September 21st, 2023 at 7:26:52 AM permalink
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When playing poker online, it's essential to start by mastering the game's rules and hand rankings. Begin at low-stakes tables to gain experience without risking too much money, and always stick to a well-defined bankroll management strategy to protect your funds. Table selection matters; opt for tables with players of varying skill levels that match your expertise. Pay attention to your position at the table, playing more aggressively when in late position and more cautiously in early position. Be selective with your starting hands, focus on strong ones, and use bluffing sparingly and strategically. Learn your opponents' tendencies and adapt your strategy accordingly. Understand pot odds and implied odds for making informed decisions, and be willing to bet and raise when you have strong hands. Always maintain a respectful demeanor at the virtual table, take regular breaks, and review your play to improve. Gradually move up in stakes as your skills grow, and stay updated with poker strategy to keep evolving as a player.
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As anyone can tell, this bland repetition of universally acknowledged ideas about how to play poker has almost certainly been written by an AI routine. I'll wait to see at least one more post before taking action, but will understand if my fellow moderator decides to act immediately.
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odiousgambit
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September 23rd, 2023 at 4:12:56 AM permalink
this poster must have a purpose for this and 'her' blogposts. It isn't to be informative. It may be AI 'practice' ... that sounds like a weird thing to say, but we have seen other examples

or maybe it's bait to contact them by PM?

she has a profile now, I have to think I checked for that before [maybe not] and there wasn't one
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September 23rd, 2023 at 6:00:55 AM permalink
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I'll wait to see at least one more post before taking action, but will understand if my fellow moderator decides to act immediately.
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I'm learning hand rankings.
I still get confused on straights vs runs, and prials trip me up.

:P
May the cards fall in your favor.
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September 23rd, 2023 at 6:43:36 AM permalink
Quote: Dieter

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I'll wait to see at least one more post before taking action, but will understand if my fellow moderator decides to act immediately.
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I'm learning hand rankings.
I still get confused on straights vs runs, and prials trip me up.

:P
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Does All Red beat All Black?
The difference between fiction and reality is that fiction is supposed to make sense.
vegas
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September 23rd, 2023 at 9:31:01 AM permalink
Also these type of “informative” post will eventually lead to an online casino. Checking the posters profile gives the clue.
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September 23rd, 2023 at 9:36:54 AM permalink
Quote: billryan

Quote: Dieter

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I'll wait to see at least one more post before taking action, but will understand if my fellow moderator decides to act immediately.
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I'm learning hand rankings.
I still get confused on straights vs runs, and prials trip me up.

:P
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Does All Red beat All Black?
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I'm not sure what the four nines do, but the ace - I think - is good.
May the cards fall in your favor.
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