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/May/2015

Upsetting Loss in 2 tournaments within 1 minute

By: Boyden123 @ 15:31 (EDT) / 262 / Comment ( 3 )

Ok guys heres the problem!

I was playing the pokersites $100 saturday freeroll and the bankrollmob $25 freeroll. I was in good position with  in the pokersites and  in bankrollmob. In the pokersites, a player went all-in preflop which this guy has been doing every single hand so I saw my opportunity to take lots of his chips. 

His cards were . He pulls off the straight on the turn. 

Was this a fluke win or did I make a bad move?

The second tournament I was in late position. a guy 2 positions before me goes all-in with not even a big blind more than me. I call. His cards were a 

The flop was 3 queens. He pulls of the full house and I get nothing on the turn or river. 

Was this a good move of my part or bad?

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