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/Feb/2013

Bit Bummed

By: M@rk7878 @ 16:20 (EST) / 305 / Comment ( 0 )

After a weekend playing 6-max ring games I'm left wondering whether I did indeed have a game when I started playing at all. A few months back, I started off reading Seidman's books and figured I put it in to practice. It went ok for a while and then suddenly I'm spewing money left right and centre.

At best I won with AAs was the blinds and any other premium hand I came out the loser (AKs, AKo, KK - JJ). This has been going on now for a couple of months. I'm beginning to wonder whether others can see the hands I'm playing. There have been times when I've tilted, but I've never been in a situation where I'm playing 82o or trash like that, but I rarely catch flops, rarely make a draw.

Has Seidman's stuff got cracked and filtered down to micro stakes or something?

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