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/Dec/2008

Never blogged before

By: DJJuriaial @ 14:38 (EST) / 350 / Comment ( 0 )
So this is a blog eh? My own personal diary for the poker world to see. Be afraid, be very afraid......My poker has sucked lately, been a really crappy week or two. I guess I am starting to question my style of play, I keep reading a lot about tight, passive etc and am hoping I fall more into the tight category than the passive one. I don't play a lot of hands, don't raise a lot, but when I have a hand I try to play it for maximum value without risking too many chips to a suckout. I would rather fold my AJ suited with a 4 flush on the board and top pair when raised for over half my stack early on than risk it. Is that passive? I dunno.....I love making final tables, always a chance to win if you can make a final table but I am always so short stacked once I get there I am forced to get uber-aggressive and try to double up once or twice. Maybe time to re-evaluate....maybe not, hell I don't know. Till next time......
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