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Switching From Online To Brick & Mortar Poker

Adjust To Much Higher Costs Part II

by Alan Schoonmaker |  Published: May 30, 2012

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Alan SchoonmakerMy first column on this subject appeared several months ago. I deliberately interrupted the series because some adjustments can’t be made without the four skills discussed in the intervening articles: acquiring, retaining, and retrieving information and seeing the patterns between different types of information.

You also need patience, a subject which Matt Lessinger brilliantly discussed in two articles you can read at cardplayer.com.

B&M games – especially the smallest, most popular ones – are so expensive that you can’t win without a much bigger edge than you had online.


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