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Steve Gillmor talk: Gillmor Gang Live - Recording Session -iday 11.21.14 at 1pm PT/4pm ET
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videogirl talk: noto con preoccupazione un certo interesse nei coonti di adinolfi di alcuni miei amici. mi fornite link che mi aiutino a spiegare di chi stiamo parlando? perché secondo me non hanno proprio inquadrato il personaggio...
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ape', ma l'hai letto ferrara che hai linkato? dice: "ok, voi dite che non c'entrate un cazzo, però guardate che Obiettivo Chaire invece sostiene proprio quello"
veramante non mi sembra, eh. però, oh, ognuno è libero di vederla un po'e vuole, di interpretaree crede, che poi in fondo è un po' il punto della questione.
I coanizzatori del vostro convegno (Obiettivo Chaire) si riferiscono allo psichiatra americano Joseph Nicolosi, alla sua clinica californiana e alle sue tesi “riparative” che puntano sul trattamento psicoterapeutico
sia poi ben chiara un cosa, facile che io non sia d'accordo col 90% di quello che diranno amicone e soci. è una semplice questione di principio.
dai apelle, ma smettila di difendere questi pernacchioni. Tu alla tua festa dipleanno li vorresti questi tizi qui? falla semplice, perchè se entri nei dettagli è sempre peggio, chè i dettagli che ha trovato chamb sono pesantie macigni
Few, probabilmente non ce li vorrei, ma di sicuro non vorrei quelli che hanno messo in piedi questa cagnara falsa e in malafede.
Video, detto che la cappellini è ahimé pochissima cosa e che posso metterci non si renda nemmeno conto di quello che sta succedendo, sì, se ci andrò sarà per togliermi la curiosità. adesso vedo se riesco a tirar sù qualche dettaglio in più
boh vabbè, io mollo, magari nei stai parlando troppo e ti sei un po' incancrenito su queste posizioni. in ogni caso adinolfi è il male, videogirl, se dice una cosa tu nel dubbio fai il contrario e non ti sbaglierai
apelle: esatto. la mia impressione è che certi leghisti siano un po' anime belle e non si rendano pienamente conto della china che stanno prendendo few: di questo sono convinta, è a convincere gli altri che faccio fatica. in generale, mi fa molta paura il pensiero unico su certi argomenti. personalmente ho sciolto qualsiasi riserva sulle famiglie gay e per me si possono sposare esattamentee gli etero e anche adottare. ma se c'è qualcuno che pensa sia meglio distinguere l'istituzione del matrimonio dalle unioni gay e ha ancora qualche riserva sulle adozioni, io rispetto che altri la possano pensare diversamente, ecco. certo, non venitemi a parlare di omosessualitàe malattia o di boiatee la famiglia naturale perché mi incavolo.
"cagnara falsa". vabbè. io non capirò mai perché i sostenitori delle teorie ripartive non siano universalmente riconosciuti per quello che sono. e non mi venite a dire che se un'allegra associazione dienologi vuoleanizzare un dibattito con la regione salcazzo questi non vengono cortesemente apagnati alla porta. ennamo.
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Elvis Presley talk: Orfini se la prende con Fassina
They talk: ma non è nemmeno teoria. è voler dimostrare un punto facendo le assunzioni utili a dimostrare quel punto
guarda, la gara di citazioni selettive puoi farla con qualcun altro, io quella roba la conosco bene. la proposta è di sottrarre agli stati nazionali la gestione degli investimenti,e potrai certamente leggere, se capace, un paio di paragrafi più sotto. poi non ho mai detto che sia la proposta perfetta ma solo un plibile punto di caduta nello scenario attuale.
Se io progetto un ponte e trascuro gli effetti di flutter perché senò poi crolla, nunnè che se poi lo costruisco davvero poi sta in piedi
non ho capito in che modo quella sarebbe una citazione fuori contesto. aggiungi pure a tuo piacimento
no perché mi sembrava che fossi arrivato nel thread con la verità in tasca, con la spocchia del tuo "studia".
ma allora è proprio vero che non sai leggere, te l'ho scritto sopra "un paio di paragrafi più sotto". vuoi che ti indichi la riga?
ma cosa, cosa. sie gli investimenti li fa la grande madre europa allora risolviamo i due se di sopra?
devo prendere sul serio questa roba: "Necessaria quindi una centralizzazione del fondo tramite il Fondo d’investimento europeo e la Bei, che si impegnino a garantire un’attenta opera di validazione e selezione dei progetti, rigorosa analisi costi-benefici, monitoraggio e rendicontazione."?
ma quale verità in tasca, adesso risolviamo i problemi dell'euro suiendfeed e pure gratis. prendila più bassa, amico, che non ci fai bella figura. io stavo discutendo sei arrivato tu a gamba tesa
non ho capito se stai tenendo il tuo punto o forse no ti sei sbagliato non è che era proprio così semplice
no sto cercando di trattartie una persona dotata di un quantitativo di intelligenza standard, ma vedo che non funziona quindi ci rinuncio
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Poker-profit: "НА АНОНИМНЫХ СТОЛАХ РЫБУ УБИВАЮТ БЫСТРЕЕ"…К такому выводу пришел глава покерного отдела сети MPN Алекс Скотт. Статистический анализ на основе 175 млн. рук из сети Microgaming, которые проанализировал глава покерного отдела Алекс Скотт, выдал несколько неожиданные результаты по поводу анонимных столов.Все руки для анализа были сыграны исключительно в сети MPN на анонимных столах, исключая попадания в базу рук, которые могли бы разыгрываться на обычных или Blaze-столах. Данные показали, что 40% пользователей играют на анонимных столах, и бОльшая часть из них - игроки-любители. Плюсовые игроки, как правило, предпочитают стандартные столы, где они могут использовать статистическое программное обеспечение, чтобы упростить мультитейблинг.Статистика также показывает, что на анонимных столах, беты, рейзы и средние банки, в целом, выше, чем на обычных столах.Различие наиболее ярко видно на микро-лимитах, где средняя сумма ставки и колла за руку на 20% выше на анонимных столах, чем на обычных, а средний размер ставки также больше на 19%.В итоге Скотт резюмировал, что на анонимных столах слабые игроки быстрей разоряются, а квалифицированные игроки больше выигрывают. Такой вывод, наверняка, шокируют многих и в первую очередь тех, кто был убежден, что игра за анонимными столами – это благо для слабых игроков. Кроме этого анонимные столы являются добротной почвой для разнообразных обманов и махинаций, уверен Алекс Скотт.Однако Скотт убежден и в другом. На анонимных столах дисперсия выше, а значит это дает шанс рекреативным игрокам больше времени удержаться на плаву, в то время, как опытный игрок будет переживать глубокие стрики.Напомним, что MPN уже довольно давно предлагают игру на анонимных столах. Изначально no-name игра предлагалась на heads-up столах, а в ноябре 2011 года перекочевала и на все остальные. В тоже время другие румы и сети, кажется, даже и не думают отказываться от данной технологии.Bodog, например, вообще всю игру сделали анонимной. Winamax и iPoker планируют расширять присутствие анонимных столов в своем лобби. Хотя, возможно, все они пересмотрят свое отношению к данному формату, после исследований Алекса Скотта. #poker #poker_news
Date: 2014-12-17 10:26:10 GMT



Thepokersanctuary: EPT11 Prague: Down to final two tables in the epic High Roller The hope yesterday was to reach the final table in the €10,000 EPT Prague High Roller. In truth it was always hope, not expectation as 141 of the record breaking field of 309 (233 unique entries) returned for Day 2 at midday yesterday. When we left the action late last night the remaining 40 players were on the bubble as 39 players would take a slice of the €3,028,000 prize pool. It would take two hours for the bubble to burst with Mateusz Moolhuizen, who was playing his first EPT High Roller, the unfortunate 40th place finisher. He called Ole Schemion’s river shove with pocket jacks on a [Ad][3h][6d][2h][4s] board but saw the bad news when Schemion showed [8c][5s] for the straight. Mateusz Moolhuizen The player who benefited most from this, apart from Schemion, was Nicholas Rampone. The American had less than a big blind left at this point as was first out in the money. Despite only an hour of play being left he was followed out the door by 15 others before play was done for the night. 24th. Sylvain Loosli, France, € 26,650  25th. Patrick Uzan, France, € 26,650  26th. Christopher Andler, Sweden, € 26,650  27th. Nicolas Chouity, Lebanon, € 26,650  28th. Georgios Karakousis, Greece, € 23,620  29th. Ankush Mandavia, USA, € 23,620  30th. Oliver Price, UK, € 23,620  31st. Dario Sammartino, Italy, € 23,620  32nd. Roman Korenev, Russia, € 20,890  33rd. Vojtech Ruzicka, Czech Republic, € 20,890  34th. Maxim Lykov, Russia, € 20,890  35th. Ivan Soshnikov, Russia, € 20,890  36th. Oleh Okhotskyi, Ukraine, € 20,890  37th. Pablo Fernandez, Spain, € 20,890  38th. Michel Dattani, Italy, € 20,890  39th. Nicholas Rampone, USA, € 20,890 Sammartino - 31st When the 23 players returned to blinds of 10,000/20,000 (ante 3,000) the top five comprised of: Oleksii Khoroshenin (2,015,000), Ole Schemion (1,752,000), Alexander Ivarsson (1,699,000), Andrey Zaichenko (1,115,000) and Anton Astapau (1,089,000). In the opening 90 minutes of play the field has been reduced to the final 16 with Marvin Rettenmaier (17th), Henrik Hecklen (18th), Ari Engel (19th), Jonathan Little (20th), Erwann Pecheux (21st), Martin Finger (22nd) and Ioannis Apostolidis (23rd) then men to fall. The final two tables look like this with a great mix of players still in. We’ve got Ole Schemion, who by the way is the chip leader, just behind him is the fearless Andrey ‘“Kroko-dill’ Zaichenko who was chip leader on Day 1B of the EPT Main Event but busted before the money. Then there’s Joao Viera, who’s top of the EPT Season 11 Gold Player of the Year rankings. EPT10 Vienna winner Oleksii Khoroshenin is still going strong as is High Roller specialist Dan Shak. Table 1: 1: Viacheslav Goryachev, 1,017,000 2: Andrey Zaichenko, 1,650,000 3: Alexander Ivarsson, 1,605,000 4: Dan Shak, 1,210,000 5: Oleksii Khoroshenin, 1,150,000 6: Igor Yaroshevskyy, 300,000 7: Laurynas Levinskas, 267,000 8: Simon Ravnsbaek,184,000 Shak - still has a stack Table 2: 1: Clavio Anzalone, 725,000 2: Francois Billard, 1,350,000 3: Anton Astapau, 402,000 4: Joao Vieira, 555,000 5: Roman Emelyanov, 1,500,000 6: Ole Schemion, 2,275,000 7: Simon Deadman, 720,000 8: Senh Man Ung, 410,000 Ole chip leader - Schemion will drink to that It’s all shaping up to be a fascinating end to the EPT Prague festival. Full coverage of the main event is on the main event page. Action from the high roller is on the High Roller page.
Date: 2014-12-17 13:21:22 GMT



Thepokersanctuary: ImADicktedU tackles 12/16/14 Super Tuesday, wins $107,730 It was another big field for this week’s Super Tuesday, with 567 coming out to build a $567,000 prize pool, again easily besting the $1,050 no-limit hold’em tourney’s $400K guarantee. And after close to 14 hours of poker just one player had all the chips, with ImADicktedU of the Netherlands having survived a lengthy final table and a nearly 90-minute heads-up duel to take the title and a $107,730 first prize. After going at it for almost five-and-a-half hours that big starting group was down to just 64 players and playing hand-for-hand across eight tables waiting for the money bubble burst. Finally ReadOnYou ran [Ad][Qc] into NotYetBust’s [As][Ac] to go out one spot shy of the cash, and with that hand NotYetBust moved into the chip lead with 63 left. It would more than two hours more for the field to be whittled down to 18 players, during which stretch brights88 knocked out Team PokerStars Pro Online member Mickey “mement_mori” Petersen in 24th for a $3,402 cash. Meanwhile NotYetBust continued to enjoy the chip lead, having built a stack up over 580,000 — at the time well over twice that of the nearest competitor. Mantas “bagoch” Bagočius (18th), FOO-92 (17th), and Matt “mjw006” Wakeman (16th) were the next players out, each earning $4,536. Younas “cocoojones” Rønhoff (15th), Carter “cswidler” Swidler (14th), and PieTrO_925 (13th) followed them to the rail, picking up $5,670 cashes for their efforts. Then Joaquín “elmelogno4″ Melogno (12th), ram_siva1 (11th), and Ariel “ArielBahia” Celestino (10th) were successively knocked out, with those three each getting $6,804 for not quite making the final table. With nine left, ImADickted2U had grabbed the lead. Seat 1: UhhWeee (Malta) — 112,678 Seat 2: i need sheet (South Korea) — 276,818 Seat 3: Luke “LFmagic” Fields (United Kingdom) — 175,365 Seat 4: KorW1n22 (Ukraine) — 291,362 Seat 5: brights88 (Lebanon) — 453,393  Seat 6: Thomas “ImADickted2U” Brader (Netherlands) — 565,784  Seat 7: Saul “iCeVeNoM” Khalili (Canada) — 381,307 Seat 8: NotYetBust (Norway) — 358,816 Seat 9: Joker1002 (Poland) — 219,477 It only took two more hands for another to fall after a min-raise from i need sheet from the cutoff, an all-in button push from Luke “LFmagic” Fields, then a reraise-shove from KorW1n22 in the small blind to isolate. KorW1n22’s [Qc][Qd] had Fields’s [7h][7c] dominated, and five cards later they were down to eight. Luke “LFmagic” Fields They continued on through the 10-hour mark as former leader NotYetBust slipped in the counts to less than 120,000 or about 10 big blinds. Soon NotYetBust was all in with [5s][5c] but unfortunately ran into KorW1n22’s [Ad][Ac], and after failing to find improvement from the community cards NotYetBust was eliminated in eighth. Pocket aces would claim the next victim as well in a hand that began with an early-position min-raise to 28,000 by brights88, a button three-bet to 62,500 by Joker1002, and a call from brights88. The flop came [3s][Ks][3d], and brights88 check-called a bet of 68,000 by Joker1002, then both checked the [4s] turn. The [7d] then brought an all-in shove by brights88 for just over 250,000 and a call from Joker1002. brights88 had [Td][Ts] but Joker1002 [Ac][As], and brights88 was out seventh. Just two hands later Saul “iCeVeNoM” Khalili open-pushed from under the gun for just over 81,000 (a little less than 6 big blinds), and i need sheet reraise-shoved from the button. It was [Ad][4h] for Khalili and [Ac][Qc] for i need sheet, and after a [9h][Qs][As][5d][6d] runout, i need sheet had two pair and the one-time WCOOP winner Khalili was knocked out in sixth. Saul “iCeVeNoM” Khalili Not long after that hand UhhWeee open-pushed for not quite 96,000 (about six big blinds) from early position, i need sheet reraise-shoved from a seat over, and everyone folded. UhhWeee had [Ah][3d] but once again a short stack had run into pocket rockets as i need sheet had [Ac][Ad], and soon UhhWeee was gone in fifth. The final four continued on, then in the last hand before the 11-hour break the blinds were 10,000/20,000 when KorW1n22 open-pushed for almost 294,000 from the cutoff, then ImADickted2U called from the button. Joker1002 responded with a reraise-shove for about 576,000 from the small blind and ImADickted2U called again. Joker1002: [Ad][Ac] ImADickted2U: [Ah][Js] KorW1n22: [Qh][Jh] The board ran out ten-high — [5d][Ts][3d][5c][9s] — meaning Joker1002’s aces had held and KorW1n22 was felted in fourth. Of the six final-table knockouts, four had come versus pocket aces. That hand put Joker1002 in front with about 1.48 million, with ImADickted2U next with about 1.01 million and i need sheet third with just over 348,000. About 20 minutes later i need sheet had slipped down under 65,000, and would open-raise that stack all in from the button with [Js][7s], getting a call from Joker1002 in the big blind with [4s][2c]. A [Kh][4c][Qs] flop hit Joker1002’s hand, and after the [Kd] turn and [9c] river they were down to two. Heads-up play began with Joker1002 enjoying the advantage with about 2.06 million to ImADickted2U’s almost 770,000. Twenty minutes into the duel ImADickted2U had chipped up to pull even with Joker1002, then 20 minutes after that they’d hit the tourney’s 12-hour mark with ImADickted2U in front with about 1.77 million to Joker1002’s 1.06 million. Joker1002 would retake the advantage as the 13th hour got underway, but then ImADickted2U would bolt back in front. Then came a hand that saw Joker1002 double-up with [Kd][Ks] through ImADicktedU’s [Ah][10h] to retake the lead. But ImADicktedU would battle back to move in front once more, building back up to about a 2-to-1 chip advantage with about 1.88 million to Joker1002’s not quite 947,000. Then, nearly an hour-and-a-half after their heads-up duel began, the final hand at last took place. With the blinds up to 30,000/60,000, Joker1002 opened with a min-raise to 120,000 from the button, then ImADicktedU pushed all in and Joker1002 called with the nearly 820,000 left behind. ImADicktedU had [7c][7d] while Joker1002 needed to connect with the board with [Ah][Jc]. The board came [8d][6c][3h], then [Qh], then [6s], and it was all over — ImADicktedU had won. Congratulations to ImADicktedU for topping another big Super Tuesday field, a tough final table, and an especially gritty heads-up opponent in Joker1002 to win the tourney and a six-figure first prize. 12/16/14 Super Tuesday ($1,050 No-Limit Hold’em) resultsEntrants: 567 Prize pool: $567,000.00Places paid: 63 1. ImADicktedU (Netherlands) — $107,730.00 2. Joker1002 (Poland) — $79,380.00 3. i need sheet (South Korea) — $58,117.50 4. KorW1n22 (Ukraine) — $44,226.00 5. UhhWeee (Malta) — $31,185.00 6. Saul “iCeVeNoM” Khalili (Canada) — $24,097.50 7. brights88 (Lebanon) — $18,427.50 8. NotYetBust (Norway) — $12,757.50 9. Luke “LFmagic” Fields (United Kingdom) — $9,412.20 Martin Harris is Freelance Contributor to the PokerStars Blog.
Date: 2014-12-17 08:40:42 GMT


Why Amateurs Wrongly Think Poker Is Mainly Luck:

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Two Plus Two Magazine, Vol. 7, No. 6

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Note: This piece is targeted to laymen and inexperienced poker players. Two Plus Two regulars are welcome to use the ideas I lay out to help them make the case that poker is predominantly skill.

There seems to be two main reasons why people who are not serious poker players feel that poker is not predominantly a skill game. 

  1. It sometimes takes a long time before the best player pulls ahead.
  2. Unlike games such as Bridge or Gin Rummy, you have no opportunity in most forms of poker to skillfully change your cards to increase your chances of holding the best hand. 

In this article I will show why neither of the above facts means that poker is mainly luck. 

The length of time it takes for the superior player to be almost certain of being ahead in games played for money is certainly related to how much of a luck factor is involved in that game. You don’t need a lot of time or need to see a lot of contests before you know who is better in chess or the hundred yard dash. When one player is even slightly better in these contests, he will almost always win.

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