How to win $43.500 in 4:20 minutes

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    • Yoghi
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      And we are paying rake for that guy?!?!

      EDIT: Awful music :( , also I was annoyed by the stats which were flashing. But I somehow like the intromovie, don't know why ^^, and some of his plays were nice aswell.
    • Puschkin81
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      Don't worry! :D He beats this limit.
    • Yoghi
      Yoghi
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      I don't worry about him :P

      His music style isn't hard to beat though :D


      btw, does he ever play tourneys? Or is there any member of pokerstrategy still in EPT?
    • brickyrick
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      By the way this music is great, I love Daft Punk
    • thunderbird56
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      I just spreaded this news on the internet :D
    • helemaalnicks
      helemaalnicks
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      btw, does he ever play tourneys? Or is there any member of pokerstrategy still in EPT?


      what about Tigga, and Schnibl0r, to name a few. It's not called "professional poker school" because there is no succes in this forum. :D

      Btw. Nice vid, especially the ad-intro was looking smoooooth. Nice work ps-maya-specialist! ;)
    • Yoghi
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      I agree with that, it kept me watching with interest while usually I skip intros :)
    • PokerHammer
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      I'm also a member of another of the learning sites where you pay a membership fee, but PokerStategy is the best.

      No monthly fees, $150 to get you started, brilliant strategy articles and videos structured so that a complete beginner can play profitably from day one using the advice in the basic section. Advance to bronze, silver, gold, platinum and learn the material when you're ready, enabling a slow steady increase in your knowledge and improvement in your game.

      Oh, and Korn is a complete luckbox! :D
    • ciRith
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      Nice one. :D
    • jakes82
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      I must admit that thats a huge win in a short time, but I am far from impressed by the play. I mean honestly, if my grandma held those hands she coulda made the same score. Don't mean to sound like a dick, but there was only one hand where any "play" took place and that was the hand with the 86 and he still flopped top pair. the rest of the time he folded his crap and held the nuts post flop when he called. I'd be more impressed if any of those hands required much in the way of a tough decision...

      Please post more vid's so we can see you in action when some 'play' takes place. I'd love to see a high stakes pro at work. Hope I didnt come off like a knob.

      Anyway, nice job on the big score! :D
    • ciRith
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      Originally posted by jakes82
      I must admit that thats a huge win in a short time, but I am far from impressed by the play. I mean honestly, if my grandma held those hands she coulda made the same score. Don't mean to sound like a dick, but there was only one hand where any "play" took place and that was the hand with the 86 and he still flopped top pair. the rest of the time he folded his crap and held the nuts post flop when he called. I'd be more impressed if any of those hands required much in the way of a tough decision...

      Please post more vid's so we can see you in action when some 'play' takes place. I'd love to see a high stakes pro at work. Hope I didnt come off like a knob.

      Anyway, nice job on the big score! :D
      I read that he will publish his whole session (commentated).

      This one here is a advertisement video so strategy isn't the key fact. :)
    • jakes82
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      Now I do feel like a tool...I totally missed the fact that it was for advertising else I would never have commented. I do look forward to watching the whole session though :D
    • chenny8888
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      which begs me to ask:

      puschkin, what limit do/did you play?
    • Puschkin81
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      Hi chenny8888!

      I'm far from $1k/$2k blinds :D Normally NL200-NL600

      Good luck at the tables!
      Puschkin81
    • chenny8888
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      oh so you still play?


      NL200-NL600 is still very impressive......
    • Puschkin81
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      I don't have much time to play. But if I play then normally on these limits.

      Best regards,
      Puschkin81
    • ManniXXX
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      Very nice. Founder you say? That implies he has moved on and is no longer a part of PS? Or does he still hold some interest/assets in the site?

      I'm merely curious, it's understandable if I don't get answered :)
    • swissmoumout
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      You should try posting this on pokertube, you'd probably get quite a few customers ;)
    • ciRith
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      Originally posted by ManniXXX
      Very nice. Founder you say? That implies he has moved on and is no longer a part of PS? Or does he still hold some interest/assets in the site?

      I'm merely curious, it's understandable if I don't get answered :)
      Hmm he founded (correct word?) PS.com and is still our 'leader'. Search for 'Korn'. :)
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