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/Aug/2007

More tournament results

By: Jeff85257 @ 17:39 (EDT) / 387 / Comment ( 0 )
I've been playing low money tournaments at P-stars for the last two months. With good success. This week I tried a 7CS high game and managed to outlast 130 players to come in 6th place and cash out for almost $200. If I had been more patient in the end, I probably would have won more. But a player with 1/2 my stack pushed hard against my AA(K) flop, with his 883 and managed to improve on 7th street to knock me down to the bottom and then the very next had I had KK(8) and pushed that and lost it also to take 6th place. I have to remember next time to be more patient. I could have checked through and lost a lot less chips, and I really did not need to improve my chip position to come in 3rd place with a lot more winnings,
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