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PS-I think that would be great to make a section -hand evaluation more like some kind of visual/animated page, better than part of forum how is now...but that is just my opinion(and why im not use it)!
And luckily you don't post much replies to other people's hands neither, so we don't have much work ignoring your replies...
On-topic: quite often. I think it's a great service and it certainly helped my game a lot. I also like to check others' hands and then compare my line of thoughts to what judges have to say. It's maybe T(ime)E-, but it sure is EV+.
One of the best resources the site offers IMO, and by posting in both the english and spanish sections I have noticed how consistent the explanations are by the judges, which gives me more confidence in what they tell me and take their advice even more seriously! I like that idea of posting every hand you lose, it can definately help you improve your game and it's something I will try and from now on.
I also try to post the spots where I think got lucky and won, to make sure I don't repeat such situations over and over only because I won because it would be -EV in the long run.
I marked my "doubling" hand thru the day and at the end of each day I made a post in hand evaluating threat.
If I had to choose the best offer from this site that made my game more stable and reliable its Hand evaluating.
Couse Videos and articles tought me strategy, and showed me how to play in a way to avoid starting mistakes, but those hands showed me how to behave in a action, when I was already in the game.
I should use it more often now, but since I had a pause of almost a 2 months without poker becose I had problems with my eyes, I think there are many things I should start using again