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/Jul/2010

BKHitz Beginner

By: BKHitz @ 20:14 (EDT) / 165 / Comment ( 0 )
I got into trying to learn how to play Poker because I stumbled through the channels one night and low and behold there was a poker game on. Daniel Negreanu was playing. He soon became my idol. I love watching him play poker. Which has brought me to PSO. I have been trying to play online. But, someone please help me. I DO NOT understand that crazy DEALING. I try to play Good hands (rarely seen) AK AQ AJ and I loose every time. It seems all I ever get dealt is 39 72 84 10 2 I always get dealt folding hands. I am so upset at the way that computer deals me cards I am ready to give up Poker before I even get started. Can anyone advise me on this? Thanks. Bennie Bryant Jr. "BKHitz"
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