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    no clinkz 'til brooklyn Nocapszy's Avatar
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    This is what I'm saying. He gets pissed at poor technique -- very Te.
    The only reason he's not attempting to correct them (and this is why he gets so damned pissed) is because part of his technique is to not give the enemy any advantage, lest he... give them an advantage.
    E_TJ is convinced they've got the method. Realigning those who don't adhere to it brings them comfort. Additionally when their method fails (his does due to 'stupidity'), especially more than once, they become furious.
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    100% those three letters are right.. E_TJ... I've heard several ESTJs blow up like that at "stupid things" but I'm not sure about N's.. haven't encountered that many.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tenINsFJ View Post
    100% those three letters are right.. E_TJ... I've heard several ESTJs blow up like that at "stupid things" but I'm not sure about N's.. haven't encountered that many.
    At a casino, I don't blow up. I take my beat quietly because I don't want people to know they got to me, but online...oh man...and it's always about stupid calls.

    P.S. You might think Hullmuth is stupid (I just see him as entertainment), but he's still making quit a bit of money playing the game.
    "We grow up thinking that beliefs are something to be proud of, but they're really nothing but opinions one refuses to reconsider. Beliefs are easy. The stronger your beliefs are, the less open you are to growth and wisdom, because "strength of belief" is only the intensity with which you resist questioning yourself. As soon as you are proud of a belief, as soon as you think it adds something to who you are, then you've made it a part of your ego."

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    I don't think Hellmuth is stupid. The guy consistently nukes ass.
    Thinking followed by intuition is a great type to play poker. Everything is parceled out into those percentages and odds. Very very few mistakes made.

    ENTJ because if you watch the way he talks about the game and the way he plays, its as if he views it all as something more than just a game. They're not just cards to him.
    It's his life. Poker is his life. That's Ni.
    Just like Michael Scott (ENFJ) thinks he did captivate 10,000 people by captivating the one guy who captivated all of them.
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    brat - ENTJ
    ivey - ISTP
    professor - INTP
    jesus - INFJ
    texas dolly - INTJ
    the kid - ENTP
    jenni - ISTP
    cunningham - INFP
    the mouth - ESTP
    hansen - ISTP
    barry g - INTJ
    humbertoooo - ESTP
    scotty - ESFP
    jerry yang - ENFP
    the master - ESTJ

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    I like these. Definitely agree with ENTJ for hellmuth, ENTP for negreanu, INTP for ivey, though i could see ISTP with baller Se and Ni. I've always wondered what the best functions are for poker. Ne/Ti has served me really well for games in general, but it seems like Ni might be the most useful function as far as reading people goes. It also seems like Fi is not gonna work too well in a game like this, so i like to think most of the pros are T, though i can see an INFJ doin really well. chris moneymaker, maybe ISTJ? he pretty sucks

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    professional poker boils down into a Ti mind game. Ne can be useful, but after you have an advanced understanding of the theories then it is only a matter of discipline and application. the theory will deviate when you incorporate instincts into the math

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    Interesting quote. What happens when enough people believe in what isn't. Does it become so? Isn't that the world we live in?

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