5-27-04 - 1


It's quite difficult to play well on a typical Party Poker 3/6 table these days. You have a lot of very bad players, but also some very good players. There are a lot of pros that play 2/4,3/6, and 5/10. If you assume you're just against fruity players, you will do very badly, but if you assume your opponents are all reasonable, you will also do badly. You will only do very well if you can rapidly tell the pros from the fish and adjust properly for each player.

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