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NOV. 21/10

By: DaDoer @ 19:43 (EST) / 186 / Comment ( 0 )

Been down with flue but did get to watch entire WSOP... what an amazing tourney that was.Extra exciting being I am a Canadian.. woo hoo... eh.. lol   Back playing tonight and finding my mojo has left me and i am getting frustrated with my cards.. lol... all part of poker but when you keep getting second best hands on suck outs it is bound to get you on a bit of tilt but hey i am not giving up.. will trudge ahead and keep learning by my mistakes in reads and position plays..

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