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HonestPirate aka Chani

/Mar/2012

2nd half after the break

By: HonestPirate @ 22:42 (EDT) / 332 / Comment ( 0 )

Cards were really decent.  Doubled up but in the latter half the cards became unfriendly.  Still holding my own though. 
After the second break the cards went really sour.  9/2. 6/2, 8/2, 9/5 Q,3 all off suit.  Dont know too many people that would play them.  Then a pair of queens happened, went all in the other guy had a pair of aces. 
In another T I had pair of Qs went all in the flop came 2,2,Q the next card was a king, the other guy had a pair of kings.  Yup poker tonight was less the stellar but finished both Ts in the lower 3rd.  Back to the drawing board.  Be awhile before I go to a real casino.  Actually that might be never here in Ontario.  OLG has a hate on for the race horseman at the moment.

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