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By: 1MoreDonkeyy @ 13:33 (EST) / 157 / Comment ( 1 )

after 3 weeks  of loseing im back winning great, tought  it was  the bad beats but i was wrong it was me i decided to go back to poker school to find out what i was doing wrong and i did   find out  it was me not the bad beats  one i just played the cards and not the player    two forgot about posision   and three what hands to play
 and what not to play how could i forget so quick i dont no   but i went back  two basics  again for 3 hours  i  learned about poision    and now im back and playing better  poker ty poker school ana also ty my friend furrywallz for your  help. now i no its not the bad beats  that beat you its the way you play  your game so guys if you think its bad beats   go back to poker school and look back at your game its helps  so good luck at the tables

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