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Bad Beat Night.... !!!

/Mar/2012

Well played but losing !!!

By: Anonimous74 @ 20:07 (EST) / 163 / Comment ( 1 )

Well tonight i had i really bad night lost more then 50$ ... that for me is a big lose .

I dont know maybe is just the way i am playing or i am just unlucky... but srly how can you lose 2 times on row with AA in one tournament thats just bad luck i think.... (I made a normal  raise preflop Raise 499 ) trying to get out the limpers with low cards... but nothing some one called with 63 srly how can you call with 63 out of position.... and to a preflop raise...  Flop 6-3-Q yea i lost....  

Then AA vs QQ all in Q came i lost again ....
And at the end when i had a small stuck i had to move all in with AQ vs KJ ... Flop A 10 5 turn 9 River Q .... 
Yea after 4 hours on same tournament i got nothing.... i the bad thing is that i played well .... 

Guys can you please give me some tips maybe what could i do on situations like this... 
I just get tired to get rivered all the time and bad beated ... :( thanks.

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