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/Nov/2010

Online poker play

By: POCKET 7enz @ 22:28 (EST) / 234 / Comment ( 0 )

I have just recently started playing poker and like it alot. I don't have much experience so I have been so I have been reading and learning alot about the game. But I find myself getting very frustrated playing online because their is so many people who have no clue what they are doing and ruin it for everyone. they go all in preflop with 5 8 offsuit on an unraised $30 pot. I try to follow the tight aggressive strategy but get so sick of people making bad calls and getting lucky. 

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