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Player Stereotypes


  A common proverb holds that there are three kinds of people:

                1.  Those who watch things happen
                2.  Those who make things happen
                3.  Those who wonder what happened

  Those who watch things happen are called passive poker players, those who make things happen we call aggressive, and those who wonder what happened, we call clueless. 

 Most tables will have a selection of all three of these kinds of players. 

  Even within these groups, there are different kinds of players. 

  This is particularly true among aggressive players. 

  Aggression is a characteristic of a good poker player, but not all aggressive players are   good players. 

  Some of them play poker pretty badly,and some of them tend to play poker well under certain game conditions and don’t seem to be able to adjust when the conditions change.

 

   

 

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