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daveT 12-01-2007 05:04 PM

HUNL article
 
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This is an excellent article. I began working on this theory in my pooh-bah post and have since expanded it a little further than the point this article presents. I am still working on the full implications, and trying to resolve a GT model for a tricky player. For obvious reasons, my initiative has not been strong.

I presently use this theory and concept to good effect. Since the cat is out of the bag, I will suggest that every one reads this and apply it.

ChicagoRy 12-01-2007 05:31 PM

Re: HUNL article
 
Pretty good article, but it's generally unwise to keep everything you do a standard because you almost never play the same person twice.

At the nosebleed limits I can see this article not applying, but obviously articles aren't written for 1100 husng winners.

Overall, I felt it was very well written and made some good points about not restricting yourself to certain plays and about adjusting in different ways to different opponents.

I think the article will help a fair amount of people. Well done Fred Bush, whoever you are (does anybody know who this is?).

daveT 12-01-2007 05:39 PM

Re: HUNL article
 
Fred Bush is creedofhubris. I don't remember if there are caps in there or not.

ChicagoRy 12-01-2007 07:25 PM

Re: HUNL article
 
Sorry, I was reading this in a nltrn frame of mind.

I suppose the article is stronger when applied in a cash mindset, I'll reread it later.

Either way, nh Creed, I thought it was a very solid article.

creedofhubris 12-02-2007 01:24 AM

Re: HUNL article
 
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Sorry, I was reading this in a nltrn frame of mind.

I suppose the article is stronger when applied in a cash mindset, I'll reread it later.

Either way, nh Creed, I thought it was a very solid article.

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Thanks.

Sometimes I tend to forget the HU SNG guys are out there; I should have made it more clear that, as usual, I'm primarily writing about cash games.


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