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/Nov/2010

Why does being patient hurt.

By: PoeticAces @ 13:49 (EST) / 220 / Comment ( 0 )
We all wonder at times why being a consistant,patient play bit us in the butt at times.
At alway seems that some crazy maniac player seem to push around the table causing players to either sit out,fold to a raise or just donk out.
Being a solid player is great for your table image and your bankroll but how do you avoid the tilt factor at a crap shoot table.
Know your odds play preminum hands and hope a break or table change comes soon-lol




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