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/Aug/2012

Hands to beware of!

By: Gagenator91 @ 15:26 (EDT) / 200 / Comment ( 0 )

Here is my first set of advice to beware of certain hands no matter what position you are in (I am taking this from personal exprience).

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These hands are always troublesome for many reasons...

Lets say you there is a flop that follows something like



Let's also say you are holding

HUZZAH! You have top pair!

But it only takes someone with  to beat you.

So the lesson here is:

1. Be mindful of hands when someone could have a sicker kicker. (Like the rhyming?)

- Chris

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