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Interview with Derby1592 (357 Views)
Posted by: BitPlayer (IP Logged)
Date: March 14, 2019 11:03AM

Interesting conversation with former poster Derby1592 (aka Chris Larmey) on the March 10 edition of the In The Money Players Podcast:

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There was a lot of stuff about contest rules that did not really interest me, but (beginning around the 56 minute mark) he talks about which pools he plays in and how he thinks players should evaluate their handicapping.

You often hear people say that that they are good at handicapping but bad at bet structure and money management. I always think "and you know that how?" The interview offers a suggestion on how to determine if that is really true.



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