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/Aug/2010

A good nights work

By: Flyer12c @ 19:28 (EDT) / 172 / Comment ( 0 )
My first money finish, my first final table, and 3rd place. And after only 8 or so PSO Skill League games...! Quite happy tonight, best of all was playing with some really cool players, willing to talk a little. Really enjoyed the company. Still learning big lessons, my finish could've been higher if I hadn't {again} trapped myself into thinking someone was bluffing. Went out with a relatively weak hand but after four hours and it being well after midnight, there was some scope for an error. Need to learn to spot bluffers better. Perhaps I also still need to learn how to extract maximum value from a monster pre-flop hand. But a fantastic night, very much enjoyed it. And as for the player who described me as 'stupid' (despite me putting them out after catching them in a massive All-In bluff) : who's laughing now? ;-)
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