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Day off from BAS.

1. Consider not posting bust out hands as part of the rail for next BAS.

2. Game still affected. 

3. Looked into my DB with 36 tournament QQ hands as OPR..  RC to 3bet, was in position 29 times.

Folded or 4bet preflop in potential 4+ multiway pots where I was OPR. 146 times faced 3bet with QQ as OPR in total.

4. Skewing my game play.

5. Definitely consider no bust out hands.

6. Still excited about this BAS though, definitely a learning curve for me. 

7. I'd say it's a different way of playing poker.. in a sense that, other factors are affecting my play which would never happen when I solely used my own BR.

8. Possible that some of my subtle leaksplays are more exagerated then? Not sure how to confirm this.

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