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February 9th, 2011

By: BOWLINGNINJA @ 17:25 (EST) / 145 / Comment ( 0 )

I ended yesterday not so good at all.  I guess you could say I was steaming because I went all in preflop with AQ after the 2 early knockouts.  I am currently on a losing streak of 5 negative point tourneys in a row and I plan on putting a stop to that today and right the ship.  I am not hurting as of this moment which is a very good thing.  I will let you all know how I do today.  Good luck on the tables.  Well apparently I am on a run of sheer stupidity.  I played and called a very very very aggressive player with KQ suited all his chips another called K came out the other went all in I called with top pair and he had AK oh well another drop in the standings and points.  I am not liking my play right now as I should have just let the hand go especially when I was in early position, but oh well at least we still have more than 2 weeks to go in the month.  Good luck everyone.

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