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/Oct/2010

Minimizing Your Loses

By: Dugout09 @ 20:06 (EDT) / 237 / Comment ( 2 )
So you are having a bad streak and asking yourself why did my KK just get beat by Q6 even after a rerase?  Well, I'm still learning, and as apart of playing mass amounts of games back to back, is minimizing your loses weather it be from sitting out from the start of the tourny or not joinning at all for acouple of days to pass up your bad luck.  I'm not one for superstition, so I ride on my odds to get me down to final table, and if it means folding pocket KK to an "all in, bubble boy," I will.
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