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Always Be Learning from NJ PartyPoker

The early stages of learning about playing poker often center on identifying patterns in the opponents you’ll face across the flop. When a player bluffs a draw on the river, how to combat the perils of a paired board and spotting squeeze play opportunities when they develop are all good examples of this. But the fine edges in poker take years. Eventually, noticing a player’s strengths and weaknesses can become second nature, until you see poker traits everywhere. When that happens, you know you’re onto a winner.

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