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By: PickledACE @ 17:09 (EDT) / 48 / Comment ( 2 )

When all the donkeys just keep on hitting EXTREMELY lucky draws.  That massive freeroll was ridiculous.  It isn't even a game anymore.  KK beat by KQo.  I usually don't have a lot of trouble with getting AA and KK to hold up so I realize you have to take the bad beats here and there but come on!!  At least it should be against someone who realizes what they are doing.  Calling all ins pre-flop with KQo is not a profitable play.  You are most certain to lose badly the majority of the time.  If you want to gamble you are much better off with low to mid suited connectors vs a big pair.  Get creative if you want to play bingo for pities sake!

I am frustrated that I could not even have one race hold up when I was a 9:1 favourite.

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