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Old Dec 31, 2004, 10:43pm   #1
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Old Jan 02, 2005, 8:05am   #2
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That's nonsense. Stud is a much more complex game than holdem.
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Old Jan 07, 2005, 10:04pm   #3
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If you're talking about no-limit hold 'em versus limit stud, I would agree with you, not because hold 'em is more complex than stud, but because anything where you are playing no-limit is bound to be more of a "chess match" than something played limit. But, in my humble opinion, limit stud is more complex than limit hold 'em because you have more decisions to make throughout the hand.
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Yeah, Stud is more complex than holdem.
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Old Jan 21, 2005, 11:52am   #5
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I agree, In my opinion, Hold-em poker can be On of the least complicated games in poker.....that is why it is so popular.....

Dont get me wrong, Hold-em can be a very complex game, but just to be an average player does not take that much skill.....
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Old Jan 21, 2005, 6:00pm   #6
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According to Caro, you make more decisions in stud, but the best decision in stud doesn't pay off as well as in hold 'em.

In my oppinion, the harder the game is to master, the more complex the game is, and IMO the better the game. This is because there will be a greater difference in skill b/t the experts and beginners. This is a moot point though, as I doubt anyone has ever mastered any game except maybe tic-tac-toe.

Anyone want to challenge me to a game of that?
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