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Be careful what you learn from televised poker
Posted at 06/24/2006 09:35:33 AM in Other by The Greedy Gecko.
Watch televised poker is a good way to learn how to play the game but you need to be careful how you to analyze what you are seeing correctly. The reason I say this is because televised poker is edited, so you are not seeing all the hands played. What you are seeing is basically a highlight reel of some of the best things to happen.

Some may think that players keep getting get hands time after time but they are not, those are just the hands that are shown. No matter what poker show you are watching you should try to learn without copying every move the players are making. If you try to do everything you see on television you could end up playing to agressively and you could lose a bunch of money.




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