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/Oct/2011

What to do?

By: PJGA @ 17:12 (EDT) / 326 / Comment ( 0 )
Today, I once again was out early in the Open League. Raising with AA, got 4 callers and a ragged flop. Went all in and got one call: 85o on a 4-7-K flop. He draws for a gutshot, and hit. Game over!

I know it's good for me in the long read, but frustrating right now.

Well, the cashgames were ok. Probably not the best, but I mix it up. Today Limit holdem first, a small plus. Got the usual longshots against me, and some myself.

Then Limit shorthanded, a new one I'm trying to get the grip on. Got a decent plus-result.

Lastly, I played som NL, the main game. I played it good and got 2x$1 to over $3. Then came the beginners mistake. I trusted a read for my whole stack and that session was ruined. After a small break, I got back and managed to get one dollar in profit again.

BR: 26 usd
PSO: about place 2000.
FB Free: Tilted out in the middle of the pack..
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