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    Keep your post simple

    Upon finding this forum (the best on the internet) new members will be tempted to try to get 10 years of pool problems solved with one post. Those posts will often go unanswered because answering 20 questions in a single post is impossible.

    Make a Big job into smaller ones by asking only one or maybe two questions at a time. Get the response and answer to that one and then go to your next question but keep it in the same thread so everyone will see your whole "story"

    The sole purpose of this forum is to teach what we know about the TFPC method but trying to answer too many questions from a single post just doesn't work.
    Dave S.
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    Re: Keep your post simple

    Over the last few days, I have skipped several posts because they are too complex, too wordy, and with too many questions. I often have 3-4 pages of new threads to look at and, if you make it too complex, many of us (not all) will skip you in favor of the shorter more concise posts
    Dave S.
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