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The moment you realize that poker is a subject that can be studied and mastered is the moment you begin the transition from "fish" to "reg". In the old days, all we had were poker books, but with the rise of online poker came the strategy forums like 2+2 and pocket fives. Next came the video training sites like Deuces Cracked, Red Chip Poker, and Run It Once. And nowadays there is such a dizzying array...

It's funny how society still views gambling as shady business, yet I find most online poker players to be nice, friendly, hard working people. And despite the fact that we're all competing against each other, we still will join an online poker community to help each other out and provide support. Why is that? Are we a different breed from other gamblers? Or does society have it wrong? Or maybe both? I think the online poker community thing...