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I think that today I will not play anymore poker.  I just lost in a PSO "skill" tournament to a Q 3 os versue K 10.  Maybe it's just coincidence, but Q 3 seems to always win in this league.  Do certain people get inside info before going all in with such crap?  The hardest thing for me is to play with what I thought was knowledge gleaned from these poker school lessons and consistantly lose by playing "right."  I know that a big part of the game is luck, but a larger part is playing smart.  I need a rest from poker.  Maybe tomorrow I will get enough courage to risk my League standing by playing junk.  I guess this is just me spouting off about a really crappy beat. Hee Haw!  I have vented now, and will play better next time.  I need to repeat my mantra "play smart" or "is it worth all my chips"  I really do love to play poker, and will keep trying to improve my play.

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