In reading through the forum it seems to me that the biggest value to be gained by the 95% of us is to work on our fundamental game. We run into spots we're not sure about, take unusual lines and ask about them, 2+2 seemed like a hotbed for the best holdem players in the world to learn because they were working on building the mathematical theory of Holdem' utilizing the quantitative research never before available. But what now?
When speaking of live play, the game adds so many more available patterns to recognize in the form of live tells but because they are human based they don't have nearly the same level of reliability as the mathematical formula used to "solve" the game previously. Those live situations are so player/game/dynamic dependent that they seem nearly useless as discussion topics on a forum. What then are the categories of post for less experienced players, and what do advanced players with a fundamentally sound game gain from posting?
Those who feel they have a practical understanding of the game that approaches fundamentally sound please feel free to respond without anyone thinking of you as arrogant.