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These changes have caused a “Darwinian” evolution. Because draw and five-card stud have almost disappeared, professionals who made their living from them had to switch to hold’em, Omaha, and seven-card stud. In the past few years, no limit hold’em has become the fashionable game, seven-card stud has nearly disappeared, and soft middle-limit hold’em games are hard to find. The professionals have had to change games again www.onlinecasinosvizzera.com/recensioni/leovegas/.

In all games some losers learn how to play. Other losers go broke, get discouraged, or give up for other reasons. New players replace them, and—thanks to training aids—many of them quickly shift from clueless, to not bad, to competent, or even better. Because the weakest players leave and the survivors improve, the competition gets tougher, and only players who continually develop themselves can win. Darwin called this process “the survival of the fittest.”

When I started playing, there were hardly any books, nor were there any good magazines. The “classics,” such as The Education of a Poker Player, Oswald Jacoby on Poker, and Scarne’s Guide to Modern Poker, offered “expert advice” that is primitive by modern standards. If you blindly followed their recommendations today, you would be slaughtered.

And most players did not even read them! They went to “the school of hard knocks,” and it has always charged high tuition and taken a long time to graduate. You had to lose a lot of money and play for a long time to learn how to play well.

Today you can get Card Player every two weeks, study a new book or DVD every day, and discuss poker hands and theory every night on Internet forums. Instead of relying on dubious information and learning through experience, you can get excellent advice, and much of it is based on data that did not exist until recently.

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