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The cards were falling in my favor.

By: 13 Origin @ 17:22 (EDT) / 392 / Comment ( 0 )
I had 150 chips left during 2000 blinds. Around 200 or so players laft. The cards fell and I was able to make a comeback. From 150 to 10,000 in 3 hands. Then was able to keep my chips and finish in 24th place. Made a mistake which took all my chips.

I raised JJ from small blind when I could have limped in and seen a flop for cheap. Big mistake, especially considering the fact I was facing a larger stack then mine. The player reraised and then I went all in like a knuckle head. My JJ was beat by a Q8 suited. Hit set on flop, then fullhouse on river. Lost my whole stack and it was my fault for playing the one hand I usually don't like to play.

Oh well. it happens. Anyways, take care all and Peace
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