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Old 08-05-05, 12:30 PM
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Howard Ledererís success can be summed up by two things : Hard work and Dedication. These two traits have always characterized Howardís approach to the game, dating back to the family card games he played as a child growing up in New Hampshire.

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Maybe I misread it or am not remembering correctly, but I thought Howard Lederer's preferred game, and his best one, is limit holdem.
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Old 08-08-05, 09:33 PM
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The Professor seems like the tightest pro player out there.

Anyone agree?
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Old 08-09-05, 02:46 PM
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I really like Lederer's DVDs, despite what some people say about the low production quality. You watch it to get the poker information; what difference does it makes if it looks like a public access production. When poker pros have successful students, that says something about the quality of the pro's system. Look at Doyle and Todd Brunson. Look at Lederer and Duke. Look at Phil Laak and Jennifer Tilley. Ask David Williams how useful Marcel Luske was to him.
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Old 08-10-05, 07:41 PM
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Just to echo Read, the DVD looked like it was shot with a home video camcorder. However, it was really informative and fun to watch.
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I like a lot how lederer plays. It seems he has some sixth sense when he is trying to read the other persons cards, It amuses me he takes his time in almost every hand, no matter the pot size. I think it would be very difficult to play aggainst him and his straigth look. In my opinion heīs top three and probably the best, my opinion.
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Old 08-18-05, 02:56 PM
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Howard lederer has the best stare down in poker. I love how uncomfortable he makes people feel when he looks at them. He has the most in depth decision making mind of all the pros i think. Its a pleasure to watch him play.

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Howard is one of my favorites. Sure, he is not the most aggressive player, but him and Phil Hellmuth are probably the only 2 players that I know that can make monster laydowns. "The Professor" has proven himself being one of the elite to win two World Poker Tour events.

And on a side note, he should win an Emmy for his performance in his Full Tilt commercial.
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Old 08-18-05, 09:44 PM
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Lederer is a solid player and has the reputation of being really tight like Dan Harrington...but ive seen them both make reckless moves on tv which changed my first impressions....

Do you guys think its good or bad to have a reputation as being a tight player?


Is it better to be known as a reckless type ( Gus Hansen )

personally i think its better to be known as reckless because that reputation can help you cash in on alot of big pots

thats just what i think what about the rest of yall
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