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on December 20, 2013
Google Tech Talks November, 29 2007 Want to learn about how Texas Hold’Em can be more than just a game? Come hear Harvard Law School professor Charles Nesson…
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Now i’m messing around with free of charge cash upon Poker stars today. I
came across the marketing code psp15562 plus it bring you a 100% put in
extra once you down payment the first time.
Can someone who thinks they figured out the riddle post the results?
Charlie Nesson rocks!
I have done this a few times..at the tabIe there was a huge pot brewin
4handed (incIuding myseIf) I had Iike a 52suited and instead of instantIy
mucking i came to the concIusion/gut-feeIing that thy’re aII sharin their
cards..after aII the prefIop bettin I was right..there was some KQ, QJ AK
AJ hands out there and I won the pot with 2 pair..
guns dont kill people, people kill people. but u make it easier for them to
kill people. :p
He said the riddle wrong.
I wish i could listen to smart ppl talk all day long and ask them questions
about their philosophies Damn im gonna start looking up where i can go
listen to ppl giving lectures about stuff i find interesting. Its fun to
watch them online but i cant ask about stuff and its not the same if you
send an e-mail as it is when you ask a person a question face to face. Then
again the e-mail thing is not dumb if you think about where i live and
where most interesting global entrepreneurs are.
I believe that This is the perfect intro to promote poker as a sport. When
you compare some Olympic Sports to a poker,they have so much incomon that
there is no reason for poker not to be promoted as a sport. Do the
homework: compare following sports to a poker and you will see many things
incomon: Archery ,Auto racing ,Boardsports ,Fishing and so many more. Might
sound bit silly to you but when you think logicaly it does makes sence.
while loving poker on TV, I sometimes wonder if/when many younger players
seem to play whatever dealt, eg 3.4, they conclude that they then eliminate
high card holding opponents who only play with strong hands thereby
increasing their own odds of the lay down holding less high value cards.
What do you think?
To clarify: By in no way it is being guaranteed, i mean that there is in no
way implied that you will learn anything for playing poker. You may, if you
Here’s why she figured it out…if the girl who answered had a white hat
on, then one of the other girls would be able to answer the question
immediately. Here’s why: if the girl who answered it correctly was wearing
a white hat, one of the others girls would see a red hat, a white hat, and
2 hands up. From that information, it would be easy to deduce that your hat
was red instead of white.
I really enjoyed watching this video. The speech of Professor Nesson and
Andrew Woods were not only humorous, but also interesting and educational.
I highly recommand it.
99 percent of degenerate gamblers are not poker players thats a fact so
learn your facts
gambling doesn’t ruin lives, people ruin lives.
instead of Bloch, Duke and Lederer, get some more feel oriented players
next time like Matusow,Ivey, Dwan or Negreanu! Or at least hire players
that excel at mathematic poker playing like Cunningham, Galfond, Ferguson
etc. These are the ones you can learn the most from these days…
The girl that got it right realized that since on one had an answer after
15 seconds , that this wasn’t the case and her hat must be red.
She guessed. There’s just not enough information to deduce the correct
outcome. The best the poor girl can do is guess. This time she got it
right. Way to go girl with the silly red hat…you’re a princess now. This
sure beats having to kiss a pond full of frogs. Something is wrong at this
video because there are so many comments removed and flagged.
wow, i figured the white hat red hat thing as it was being said, and im 19
are people really that retarded? bad video i wasted a lot of my time.
Poker for free, in my oppinion, can not teach you as much as poker for
_your_ money. Because there is no risk involved in the loss. I believe that
it is this risk that helps us and tries to keep us from making mistakes at
a poker table. There are other factors aswell, but risk in loss of money
brings poker to a state of being serious. And it is in no way Guaranteed.
Believe me! Thats why good players win money in the long run 😉
Ive learned alot about poker by watching this. Ive been obsessed with this
game for about 16 months. The more I learn, the more I learn about myself
and the society in general, thru internet poker and live play. I would say
I am a little better than a break even player, in over 100,000 (cash)poker
hands. I have learned a LOT about the mathmatics of poker thru internet,
but nothing beats LIVE play. Live play will teach you a lot about yourself
and the people you interact with in your life.
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day every day? Around Twenty Six Hundred satisfied individual consumers
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18:14 xD hahahahahahhaah
Congrats on the most retarded youtube comment ever.
Michael says - Ante & Play has the lower element of risk and is thus the
4 card poker, you get dealt 5 cards, dealer gets dealt 6, best poker hand
My question from Michael is that does he recommend to make the pair plus
Wow, been playing this game for awhile and never knew about the Ante Bonus
@americancasinouide I noticed the 6 card bonus button on the table but
Michael's answer to your question is - "The answer is on my web site. It
Sorry Caesars casinos, keep forgetting they re-branded (d'oh). Thanks much
thats at the creek casio lol
Man! Such a high house advantage. How can this game attracts the good card
Great tutorial. May try it out now that I know how it works. Thx!
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