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/May/2013

Playing for Real Money.....Very costly to start

By: 4Suits2012 @ 20:44 (EDT) / 317 / Comment ( 6 )

So i just played my first tournament , 1$ buy in 30k added souned great... I play the tournament for 1hr27min and soon found that playing the way the poker school has taught me does not nessicarlly appliy to cash game.   I do prettey well in the poker league games and when playing the same hands ended up losing 10$ from the insane bad beats i experienced... people play,in money game , entirely diferent. they play almost any 2 cards and win...... you must have an insanely high bankroll just to play aganst these people....how the hell do i move from a free to low priced game, to a moderate 1 dollar game when you cant even play the stradagey that this site has taught me......back to lame free roll game till next month when i get another 10 bucks to put on .... but seriouslly ......

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