Element wrote:The Spyware wrote:Every Day in The Fu*kulty You will say to Yourself : Smile, Tomorrow will be worse
Yesterday , the Vice-dean had a meeting with us new Medicine students
and he told us (in english) : Smile cause every year here will be worse than the years before !!
so i immediately remembered this quote
The Spyware wrote:but Do you start your study as late as December ?
MrLinky wrote:Any of you guys play online or real-life poker ?
Which is the best Bayern Munich IRC channel ?
raz25 wrote:Where do you play?
MaCk0y wrote:Whenever Mutu is online I will talk to him about creating an IRC channel.
MrLinky wrote:Do you play real-life too ? The difference between online and real-life Texas hold 'em is enormous.
Sure, but not as much. I prefer online as I can play 4 tables at the same time, it helps me not to raise with 78o on MP or K9s on UTG.
Aequitas1987 wrote:Completely Disagree. Theres a major difference between live and online poker. Its not the "reading people based one expression/reaction bit" which is a myth altogether. Its mostly just the feel of the game in person and mostly just talking to the individuals in the table to get an understanding of their "portrayed table image" and their "real playstyle."
I was an avid Poker poker, in fact the only thing that caught my attention for a long time after CSS was poker, I played live/online/casino consistently and I have always...always preferred live games. The thing is though, if you want to make a consistent income and support yourself...online is the way to go...live will always be limited in that sense, you can't play multiple tables, the possibilities are endless etc online.
Don't get me wrong I am not dissing online players compared to live players, all I am saying is that they are completely different games altogether. If you are the kind of player who plays the "players" more than his cards, live is always preferred. If you are a maths-based statistical player with a lot of patience, online is preferred. In the end the best player is the one who has a good balance of the two.
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