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/Jan/2015

No Pains No Gains

By: Pennzito @ 02:53 (EST) / 1 / Comment ( 3 )

So my first shot to go deep in the big 3.30. Ready to get wel over double the avg, the flop comes 7 3 3. Im small blind with A3, i got big blind right, he bet pot after i checked. Unless he called with 77, im good. I re raise 3x, he shoves for 22,000 pot. Turn river 4 4.........He had 7 4.......Watching the chips move away was just dishearting. Ive heard stories about poker stars doing this, but i guess thats just poker. 9 to 1 can still be beat....

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