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Post by alex weber on Sun May 29, 2011 9:03 am

I hope you are interested in tournaments. Upcoming events allow you to move from negative to positive expectation! There are two options - to tournaments with guaranteed prize pools may offer a prize greater than the sum of
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collected from the players, it automatically makes the game a plus. The second aspect - your level of play. If you follow the basic strategy and are ready to play risky, you will get an advantage over opponents. As practice shows - not all players are familiar with the basic strategy, and principles of tournament play, too. Since the tournament you are competing not only with the dealer, as with others, then you get a chance to above-average, so again, playing a plus. In general, if you want to play risky, not worrying about the possibility of losing everything, play in tournaments - have fun and you can win a lot of money!

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