KRANTZ and WiltOnTilt get it started with a rundown of the series, HUD stats, and the general where have they been information everyone loves.
Krantz and Wilt are finally back with the long awaited conclusion to the pr1nnyraiding trilogy! Join them as they revisit the previous series' and update them for 2011. Then, learn a new way of conceptualizing all the different strategies you'll need to know to conquer any type of player. Note: Many buffalo died to bring you this information.
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Is this worth watching for someone who hasn't seen series 1 and 2 or should I start with series 1 and go from there?
you could start with this and go back. there's a lot of great stuff in the previous two series that we won't cover here, but we're designing this so if you haven't watched either of them you'll still be able to understand it and get a lot out of it.
Is it possible to download your hud?
Be sure to right click/save as or if you click the link, save it as xml.
Also be careful when you import it because it will overwrite your "default" configuration (it's my default). So if you have a default config you want to keep, be sure to export it first so you have a back up.
I think I meant, whats the difference between weak/tight and tight passive or are they they same
Mostly the same although you could differentiate based on their vpip in or oop. So you could have a guy who plays loose/passive or tight/passive. The tight/passive guy might be also called "weak/tight" however we can't really apply that to someone who plays every hand and plays them passively... so instead we'd just say loose/passive.
But yea tight/passive and weak/tight are basically the same.