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M > 10: Cuando tu M está entre 10 y 20, las manos especulativas y las pequeñas parejas van perdiendo valor.

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M > 10: When you’re above 10 M but below 20 M, speculative hands such as small pairs and suited connectors go down in value.

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M > 20: Cuando tu M es mayor que 20, puedes elegir entre jugar agresivo o conservador, como prefieras.

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M > 20: When you’re above 20 M, you can choose to play as conservatively or aggressively as you like.

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Asimismo el Remanente de Jacob será entre las naciones, en medio de muchos pueblos, como el león entre las bestias de la selva, como el cachorro del león entre las manadas de las ovejas, el cual si pasare, y hollare y arrebatare, no hay quien escape. Tu M ano se alzará sobre tus enemigos, y todos tus adversarios serán destruidos.

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And the Remnant of Jacob shall be among the Gentiles, in the midst of many peoples, like a lion among the beasts of the forest, like a young lion among flocks of sheep, who if He passes through, both treads down and tears in pieces, and none can deliver. Your Hand shall be lifted against your adversaries, and all your enemies shall be cut off (22).

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Recuerde el significado deAdomsignificando rojo, coincide con el uso de sangre aquí en ambas versiones.También la palabra hueso usada aquí es "is-si-im [tu]m", que corresponde a la palabra hebrea "etzem", "hueso" utilizada en Génesis 2:23, en la frase "etzem me-atzami", "hueso de mis huesos. "

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Also the word bone used here is "is-si-im[tu]m" which corresponds to the Hebrew "etzem", "bone" used in Genesis 2:23, in the phrase "etzem me-atzami", "bone of my bones."

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