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I love the insight into the thought process and coaching, but I can't help but think that it's a bit risky to post it on a forum that may or may not have been discussed.

I'd think the stakes are high enough that the pros are looking for all edges...likely including researching the players in the game. If everyone knows that @Windwalker collects poker chips, it wouldn't take much google fu to find this site.
 

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I love the insight into the thought process and coaching, but I can't help but think that it's a bit risky to post it on a forum that may or may not have been discussed.

I'd think the stakes are high enough that the pros are looking for all edges...likely including researching the players in the game. If everyone knows that @Windwalker collects poker chips, it wouldn't take much google fu to find this site.

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I love the insight into the thought process and coaching, but I can't help but think that it's a bit risky to post it on a forum that may or may not have been discussed.

I'd think the stakes are high enough that the pros are looking for all edges...likely including researching the players in the game. If everyone knows that @Windwalker collects poker chips, it wouldn't take much google fu to find this site.
I don’t think advice at the level of “avoid battles with Garret and Andy” and “be more aggressive” is overly exploitable. I’d see your point if the level of specificity was “3 bet Armenian Miek when he check raises monotone flops”….or something like that.

also, if we want to get really tin foil hat, how do we know @Senzrock isnt planting false leads to trick us into thinking the advice is one thing when it is secretly another?
 

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Garret is the GOAT and I personally would choose to play in other games since there are lots of softer games out there. But my ego would want to play him.

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Just FYI - Garrett was joking when he said that. Here’s the thing: no one runs better than anyone else. Garrett is just a much better player than most and holds a huge skill advantage that many of us don’t comprehend. Now, it’s true that in a limited sample size (televised TV pots for example), certain players will run better than others (see Tom Dwan circa 2007-2010 on High Stakes Poker for anther famous example), but that’s not really the whole truth. Dwan had a huge edge in those games at the time as well. He was able to bluff and value bet in ways that his peers weren’t able to match, and the same goes with Garrett. People forget that he laid down KK to AA on like a 963 flop (something close to that) vs Andy. Everyone else is just going broke there. It’s his skill, not his run good, that allows him to crush the game. For Garrett though, he wants to endorse the idea that he is just “running better than anyone else on the planet” because it takes the attention away from his skill edge, and therein lies the biggest secret between pros at the table and amateurs - the illusion of chance in a game of skill. Garrett wants everyone to think he is lucky, lest they realize he is just that much better.
I could not agree more. Skills and no comment on the others. As a formally broke homeless kid, It’s horrifying to watch some of these orbits.
 
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