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How Can I Tell If My Opponent Is Aware Of My Image/Range?
I was wondering what information is most relevant to finding out how aware my opponents are of my image and my range in certain scenarios. For example, say I have a loose-passive player on my right, ...
Aug 22 '12 at 2:59
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