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Old Apr 21, 2008, 9:18am   #11
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Dude you could do it... i once started with 50$ in my account, and within a week i was rolled for NL25.... just grind out NL2 then slowly move up if your serious about it...

Edit: You have only a dime.... hhmm... it might be a little tricky
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Old Apr 21, 2008, 10:13pm   #12
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A dime can refer to 10 K, 1 k, or 10 bucks... as far as i know

dime is 1k
$10 is a sawbuck
10k would be 10 dimes

it's just old school lingo for when you call your bookie.
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Old May 03, 2008, 3:57pm   #13
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Now up to $62.10.

I came to realize that I have more fun playing NL than FL, but ultimately, I make money playing FL, so... ...there you have it.

It's now become the "$0.10 Fixed Limit Challenge".
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Old May 03, 2008, 4:35pm   #14
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Why is pot limit the red headed stepchild of poker? Thar is muney in dem dar hills.
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Old May 03, 2008, 5:22pm   #15
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PLHE is actually a pretty sick fish pond at micro stakes. Games seem to play bigger than most NL games, and the play is even worse (lot less weak-tight nits, lots more loose-passive calling stations).

If you're going to play NL games, check out the PL games first.
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Old May 03, 2008, 6:20pm   #16
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Why is pot limit the red headed stepchild of poker? Thar is muney in dem dar hills.
I have been looking into PLHE lately. I watched some of the games at low stakes for a bit, and I have to agree : the play is just atrocious.

I think I'm going to look into playing, but only after some more research into the game. The reason that it's not all that popular is probably just a reflection of exposure and availability. No limit is the big visible television game, and fixed limit is the other game that you usually find in card rooms. Also, when you look through the poker literature at your local bookstore, the overwhelming bulk of it is focused around those two structures.
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