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/Aug/2010

This is just wrong...

By: H2OLIQUID @ 20:42 (EDT) / 194 / Comment ( 0 )
I played three games today and lost with AK,AKs,and last but not least,I went out to a maniac with AQs and he had 5 10 os! This is making me super nervous and whats the lesson too be learned with all these losses playing the PSO style they are teaching us. I dont get it, I read the lessons and try too make the right calls at the right time....Wait,thats the lesson I think! Dont risk my chips early if they go all in, just fold and play the big hands later in the tournament all in when the maniacs are allready out or superlow on chips! I will try not too risk my chips early, but if I fold and my cards come I might end up loopey.... I do intend too play my Big Game ticket next sunday and I am runninig out of practice time, lol! Best of luck at the tables!
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