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/Sep/2010

Screw ups

By: Morganhell's @ 21:03 (EDT) / 195 / Comment ( 0 )
Screw up's, bad decisions, and just being stupid today. So far 3 games, 3 negative scores. I hit 1711, and thought I was over a bump, but now just got myself sucked back down. I need to be more stable/continuous/ consistent. I said I was going to focus more, and use the clock to make choices, but I just was stupid today. Two games, I played AK wrong, and badly. The first should have gone all in, but limped instead, and the flush killed me. The second, I pretty much went all in, but should have limped instead, cause the straight killed me. The last games, I felt good about the hand A 10 suited, went all in due to being short stacked, end up getting called by someone with a 9 10 suited. His flush beat my pair of Aces. Going to play the 10pm game cause I think I am okay now. It's funny, the days I make a little bit of money on the cash tables, my PSO games suck. When I suck at the cash tables, my PSO game kicks ass. Oh, and some people in the league really need to be gagged or have their keyboard taken away. ....Morgan...
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