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Question: What do you consider the most important online poker skill?.

1. table selection/bankroll management
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2. preflop play//hand selection/postion
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3. flop play
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4. turn/river play
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5. psychology/bluffing/deception
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Total Votes: 7

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Posted on May 25th 2007  -  Subject: poker skills
i tried to put related skills together so there wasn't 10 different points of view in one poll
the older i get, the better i was
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Posted on May 26th 2007
I think it's a big mixture of all of them! If you want to play poker succesfull a long time, you nid the whole package ;)
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Posted on May 26th 2007
Iagree with swiss,but I think the most important one is pre-flop,hand selection and postion are the key!!
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Posted on May 28th 2007
I agree that they are all important, however, if you read the table right, you will be able to impose yourself and take the money.
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Posted on May 28th 2007
Your not just playing the cards.....your playing the people also. After a few hands ...you should be able to get an idea of their type of play
Don't argue with me...
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Posted on May 28th 2007
Good point Ruth!
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Posted on May 28th 2007
You need a good mixture of all of them to be a real poker player, but pre-flop play and hand selection alone will generally win you money online, as you can just play the cards you get.
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Posted on May 29th 2007
personally it being harder to read people when hands are folded online I believe online poker is more based on hand selection but position and other players style (aggressive or passive) plays a big part as to what hands I'll play.
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