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Why r there so many who limp? All I hear is Bet, Raise or Fold.
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By: Astor G26 @ 18:01 (EST) / 182 / Comment ( 0 )

Since taking a good look at how I was just here 4 the ride regardless of what place or how my play was far far below par & deciding 2 either try 2 do my best or leave. I am sure PS has enough floaters who r hoping 4 the big one but putting no effort in2 improving their play, no need, u just have 2 b there at the right time & hopefully u just 'card rack' your way through whatever it is u have entered. Well I entered a Premier Skill League Qualifier tourney a few hours ago, 3PM I believe, they were not thousands entered, in fact I am not sure if there was even 100. I do recall being right near the edge of being bumped out with about 900 chips, snag a couple very good hands & when I checked again I was near the top of the pack. About 2 hours later I was finished the tourney and I had won. Feels pretty darn good. Hope every school member gets the chance 2 feel the same way. 

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