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The random itch.

By: MadJestic77 @ 19:20 (EST) / 1 / Comment ( 2 )
Ok, so you are playing very well and only making one or two tiny mistakes the whole game.  Then, all of a sudden, you find yourself being overtaken by bad judgement.  You pretty much go brain dead for a split second and that weird uncontrollable force runs from the back of your head, down your arm,

And you're out.  A stupid all-in call on a board you probably had no business being in.

This is what happens to me sometimes.  When it does, I never understand why I put my self in that situation.  Everytime I replay it in my head, I still can't come up with a logical reason for doing it.  So, I've decided to give this phenomenal enigma a name: The Dumbrowski Finger.

Sometimes the mouse wants to be clicked.
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