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Grinding away with chip, chair.... and hopefully + ROI

/Nov/2010

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By: JWK24 @ 13:51 (EST) / 264 / Comment ( 0 )
short stacked and pushed with AK (only had 3BB left).  Got called by 99 and did not get an A or K so out in 137th. 
At least with that hand, I was behind going in, so the best hand held...... if the best hand can hold, I should be in good shape overall, as I normally am able to get my chips in with the best hand.  Unfortunately, this falls into the very small % column where I didn't have the best hand when my chips went in.
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