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Why r there so many who limp? All I hear is Bet, Raise or Fold.
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/Nov/13

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By: Astor G26 @ 15:43 (EST) / 223 / Comment ( 4 )

well I can honestly say i did not really believe i would win this tourney but it never hurts 2 dream, & if u r sane & know u r dreaming u may as well dream big. i lasted about 2 & 1/2 hours and had a few big wins & of course a huge loss. 1 thing i do not completely understand is the late registration, why r folks allowed 2 wait a couple or 3 hours b4 they take a chance on losing a hand? i do understand those of us there from the get go do have the chance of building a huge stack of chips while the late comers will only have the start off chips, but $10,000 in chips can build up fairly quickly with a few good hands & a bit of luck. That is 1 thing about these tournaments that i do not agree with, not that what i do or do not agree with means much 2 those who run this show.

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