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Mysteriously losing when ahead? Sounds like you came to the right place
By: MFZERO
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/Oct/2012

Gerry Dee Freeroll

By: MFZERO @ 00:25 (EDT) / 316 / Comment ( 0 )

Little back story here. I raised pre-flop to $12000, he re-raises all-in. I'm thinking he had AA or KK. Turn's that over I'm like, "well ok then". Thought I was in great shape. I expected to get beat by the flush at least, not some crap like that. Had I have won that hand I probably would've just sat out and made the final table to get my ticket, instead I finished 22nd.

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