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/Feb/2011

Word of the day "Aggrotard"

By: CreekRVRat @ 13:31 (EST) / 101 / Comment ( 1 )
It amazes me that we have all these aggrotards playing in the freerolls. I check the rankings and they always seem to be in the bottom 10% of the 9k players.
Do they have a learning disability? Do they not see that their "style" of play is not working out.
I checked one out last night and in 10 tourny's he hasn't finished in the top 2/3rd's of the field, yet still he keeps plugging away, raising every preflop and min betting every flop, getting re-raised all-in and then donk calling on a 4 outer.
Seems pretty common for players to be putting their faith in the first to act draw bet and there's a definite pattern emerging with these players hanging around in the bottom 10% of the rankings.
Maybe school needs a remedial class for the kids that need to catch up, maybe they need their A.D.D. medication adjusted.

Seriously though, they are dumb as a box of rocks but fun to watch when they get on a streak. Keep reaching for the stars and maybe one day you'll break the bubble.
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