Allow me to introduce myself.

JustinCredibleJustinCredible Red Chipper Posts: 13
Hi, My name is Justin. Obviously I am a new member of Red Chip. I play NLHE. Mostly Micro stakes online. I do play in a few home games as well and go to the not so local Casino occasionally. Up until now I have been a recreational player for the most part. I have always had a insatiable thirst for knowledge when it comes to poker. I have read many books countless articles, posted and replied to hands in forums. Yet I still feel that my game is not evolving as much as I would like. I know I have some very major leaks in my game. The biggest one I have identified so far is playing one pair hands. This is obviously a very broad leak with many small sections that need to be looked at. My goal for joining this site is to get help from those with more knowledge and experience than I have, I have a lot of respect for the founders of Red Chip Poker. Many of the books I have in my library are written or co-written by Ed Miller, I have watched many videos and listened to many podcasts put out by James Sweeney. I really enjoy the way both of them teach. So here I am looking to take my game to the next level by joining Red Chip.

Justin

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  • FilthyCasualFilthyCasual Red Chipper Posts: 871 ✭✭✭
    Welcome to the forum and site!
  • Adam WheelerAdam Wheeler Red Chipper Posts: 2,659 ✭✭✭✭
    Welcome Justin
  • SplitSuitSplitSuit RCP Coach Posts: 4,057 -
    Welcome to the party Justin! Make sure to post a hand or two and jump in some conversations. This is a pretty friendly place =)
    📑 Grab my custom poker spreadsheet pack right now.
    📘 Start the Preflop & Math Poker Workbook today.
  • ChipXtractorChipXtractor Red Chipper Posts: 1,192 ✭✭✭✭
    SplitSuit wrote: »
    This is a pretty friendly place =)

    Unless you piss off @Persuadeo...
    Than it can get kinda snippy....

    *Just busting the old nut sack Chris. :)
  • tfaziotfazio Red Chipper Posts: 819 ✭✭✭
    Welcome I've been a member for a while the 1st big thing that came out was the Ed Miller 1%
    Doug Hull has done a few videos breaking down ranges using the principals Ed presented in Pokers 1%.
    The other thing I was excited about recently is the work James Sweeney has done with his Handreading Lab and finally the Handreading workbook.
    Lots of great content here. Enjoy
  • JustinCredibleJustinCredible Red Chipper Posts: 13
    Thank you all, for making me feel so welcome
    tfazio wrote: »
    Welcome I've been a member for a while the 1st big thing that came out was the Ed Miller 1%
    Doug Hull has done a few videos breaking down ranges using the principals Ed presented in Pokers 1%.
    The other thing I was excited about recently is the work James Sweeney has done with his Handreading Lab and finally the Handreading workbook.
    Lots of great content here. Enjoy

    I have Ed miller's 1% it is a great read I am actually going back through and re-reading a bunch of his books currently that being one of them on the list, I will of course check out the video you mentioned and I already have planned on getting a copy of James' Handreading work book.

    Thank you all again!!
  • tfaziotfazio Red Chipper Posts: 819 ✭✭✭
    Great news there is a Handreading forum dedicated to the workbook and lab. James Sweeney the author is very active in that forum
  • JustinCredibleJustinCredible Red Chipper Posts: 13
    tfazio wrote: »
    Great news there is a Handreading forum dedicated to the workbook and lab. James Sweeney the author is very active in that forum

    That is great news. Thank you for sharing that with me.

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