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/Nov/2011

Open Skill League

By: Andy2411715 @ 22:07 (EST) / 233 / Comment ( 0 )

Not used to writing in these things,but here goes...

After a few months of playing i finally managed tobuild up my stack to about 13,600 chips. I was getting lucky with my whole cards.loads of Ace and premium pairs. over the past few months, the more i've played the more ive realised how often people go all-in pre-flop was un real and i continued to get frustraited with this, so i was always folding after raising and calling quite a few chips which resulted in me busting out very early on, but i am now learning that this can be the best strategy for these tourney's. So i will be trying this strategy out again to see if i can get even deeper stackedand hopefully get higher up the leaderboard.

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