AS I keep having to dig up some of our epic articles, It would be nice to have a forum that we could reference. A sort of Hall of Fame of PFO.
Make a new forum, but not allow new threads to be posted there. Just old epic threads be moved there, like Steve's and My bankroll thread. I know each of us old guys have a couple true articles we have written that would find a good home there.
A lot of hard work has been put into this site in the past, I don't want to see it go to waste.
We'd need nominations on threads that have really helped people, and have had good thought out arguements/discussions in them. As my subscription list has entirely been archived, I have trouble digging all of them up. I know I have a great article on adjusting your loose vs tight to each table, but I can't seem to fidn it. I still have the graphic I made for it......
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Thread: Best of PFO
December 16th, 2010 #1
Best of PFOLuck is a Residue of Design.
December 23rd, 2010 #2
Bump, maybe we can get some threads together here for a start?
What are some good screennames to search for good posts for? I tried to do a bit of digging but got a lot of random stuff. I'm trying to find info on this site as to not direct people away to other sites for information.
December 24th, 2010 #3
Antneye, xxdemexx, Beavis, Marm, Alex, Steve-O / Steve ruddock, few others I can't think of. Bonchkid had some good ideas too. I had a couple set aside the other day, but then I had to reboot and lost them. I used to have about 15-20 articles bookmarked, but apparently when they go to archives, you lose the bookmarks in the forums.Luck is a Residue of Design.
December 25th, 2010 #4
Good thread. Critical thinking and discussion about how to determine ranges. Useful read for any player who wants to take their game above basic level thinking.
One big thing to note is Antneye's positive attitude and focus to learning while in a downswing. This is a great example for everyone.
Last edited by KnightofNarg; December 25th, 2010 at 04:56 PM.
December 25th, 2010 #5
Discussion on shortstack strategy and it's implications. Helpful for understanding the mindset of shortstack opponents and some adjustments that need to be made against them. (Info seems a bit scattered/disorganized but should give enough insight).
January 5th, 2011 #6
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While we've had a lot of good discussions in the past I think poker evolves so rapidly that 90% of what was said would be outdated, or at least incomplete. I know my thoughts on certain aspects have drastically changed over the years.
But for more generalized things like the hand ranges thread alluded to above I think this section could be helpful --Perhaps someone with a lot of time on their hands could put together Cliffs Notes Threads, with just the best/most important posts from archived super-threads???
January 7th, 2011 #7
That was also a concern of mine. While a lot of tactical and some strategical advice has changed, there is still a lot of theory that hasn't. Some of our older discussions went deep into the theory. Most of the time we've only been getting to the how, and not the why, in these recent threads. Having some good links for back reading is always good. Stuff that is presented in ToP, Psych of Poker, Gambling Theory, etc gets referenced alot, and those books are still the basis of current poker dogma.Luck is a Residue of Design.
January 28th, 2011 #8
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man, I found a really cool old thread the other day here I almost reposted. Can't remember it right now though.
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