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/Dec/2010

embarrassing

By: Marrty23 @ 21:16 (EST) / 253 / Comment ( 5 )

Playing poker here is embarrassing. Any time you get a strong hand and you go in with someone with more chips, you lose.

One can play the hand correctly, re raise appropriate amounts, the right amount for c bets and so on etc. No one respects a raise so they donk off a call and get lucky. Weird though as it only happens to someone with a bigger stack than you. On the flip side the weakest hand wins at the end. It seems that poker statistics do not actually apply to poker stars.

Love to hear some feedback on this...

Cheers,

Marrty23

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