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/Apr/2011

Why i lost?

By: 5hax @ 14:01 (EDT) / 210 / Comment ( 1 )
Hi all, i am a new poker player, started playing poker this year in january, never playd poker before. any way love this game for me poker is sports not gambling. Anyway amaizing 3 months of my poker life. 
All going well apart from idiotic all in move from my side time and time again. I just can control this rush of blood! Any advise? 
One more thing, yesterday i playd a tourny and lost big time, i had Q9 flop was  QJ9  
I thought i got two pairs i.e Q 9 so went all in as usual, all other players fold apart form one who went all in as well he had AA, turn card was J and river was 7. 
So i was jumping with joy i thought i won, but i was shocked when i saw money moving to other guy and i was kind of confused wondering what just happend? 
Any one please explain why poker gods decided against me?
anyway  love the game though
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