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Onadar

/Dec/2010

still waiting

By: Onadar @ 20:49 (EST) / 219 / Comment ( 0 )
 contiunued patience is supposed to be poker players bread and butter, still waiting
you can raise any amount and get called in this league
bet any street right up to allin
and some fucker will call with two random cards and fuck you out of a tourny, on the rare occasion your cards actually holdup against the one outer on the river here at pokerstars this hits about 75% of the time, so be patient. on this rare occasion you will actually get to play poker. thats my addiction i would like a decent game of poker and i will keep playing you jackasses because on a few rare occasions i have gotten onto a table where everyone actually seems to know how to play. that is priceless, win or lose no whining, but you lottery players should have your own league, try facebook or twitter. if you aren't interested in LEAGUE play, fuck off and play somewhere else.
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