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/Feb/2011

The big game

By: BOWLINGNINJA @ 16:17 (EST) / 202 / Comment ( 0 )

Well so much for The Big Game round 2 qualifyer lol.  I waited the 30 minutes to get in which to me you should always do if you are doing a satellite like that.  They started of with 7,299 people in round 2 and I got in with about 5,700 something people left in it and the 3rd hand was dealt 8 8 and the hand before the person raised preflop with junk when most were sitting out so I tried to take advantage of that and reraised the pot which was most of my chips and got the rest in on the flop.  The bad part was he he had A8 and flopped an A with no improvement by me.  I will do a much better job next time that is for sure.

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