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by Ed Miller |  Published: Mar 21, 2012

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Back when you could play online easily in the United States, most people I knew who grinded the smaller online games started each session with a ritual. They’d open up the lobby, find the stakes they normally played for, and put themselves on every waiting list for every full game going. I tried this too, and I noticed something. More often than not, by the time a seat had opened for me, the game wasn’t really worth playing. Often the seat that opened was the one vacated by the weakest player in the game. Or it was the seat of a pro who had played in the game until the weakest player went broke, and then quit. Either way, by the time I sat, only the regulars were left. I had much more success starting games. I would find an empty table at the stakes I wanted to play and ...


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