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/Sep/2012

Worst ever misclick??

By: CptKevUK @ 10:23 (EDT) / 1329 / Comment ( 10 )

BR $145.

 

He'd been really niggling me with his clearly LAG style on more than one table so I happily called his reraise with AKo. Flop was quite good for me so I clicked it back, and he started betting into me, which I was perfectly happy with. Then I left just the right amount of pondering pause before clicking it back to him on the turn. But when I clicked I didn't get the desired result......arghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!

Doh!!

Ironic really as I was just thinking to myself that I was finding it hard to believe that I have played approx 3k hands and not really won or lost any $. Surely that has to be a special skill? Maybe I'm locked into $140-$150 bank roll land for ever and ever.

I've never misclicked before in a situation like above, that isn't going to help me get out of this altered universe is it now!! Note to self; don't do that again EVER!!

 

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