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/Jul/2010

Sucky skill tournament table

By: Morganhell's @ 09:19 (EDT) / 164 / Comment ( 0 )
Yesterday I played in only one tourney because I was busy. I shouldn't have even bothered. I was at the same table for the whole game. At any given time 6 or 7 people were sitting out, and two players were doing the way over bet and all in back and forth dance. I was annoyed because there was no point in playing. I tried to get in with good hands and not get busted out, but most of the time it was just pointless. I am not going to go all in with a marginal hand and play lotto. I hate lotto players. So I ended up lasting longer than one of the idiots who made the table so sucky when he went all in against 2 other all in's. ............................................................................................................................................................................................................ All I learned or reinforced was to have patience, and not get sucked into the middle of a betting war. I ended up finishing in 584th place out of 1139 entrants, and dropped around a hundred points in ranking. At least today is another day to improve and do better than the 13 place I had earlier in the week. :)
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