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/Jun/2011

Frustrated

By: DaDoer @ 09:47 (EDT) / 279 / Comment ( 4 )
OMG, whats with all the all inners... and winners with 2-8 or 3-J.  It seems lately in the pso games that there is soemthings so not right with some players.. I have had about 90% beats in the past week when I have like what appears to be top hand then on the river some wierd card comes up and the donkey who went in with
2-7 wins every time.. Can anyone tell me why this is? I am trying to learn the game but with players like this I feel I don't have a chance in .... . So now what do I do to learn, clearly, playing doesn't help, not at the pso tourneys anyway.. Love the game, not the donkeys who appear to win 10, 12 hands in a row with cards that should never have been played... Whatsup with that??????
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