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/Nov/23

The Run Bad

By: PokerHackerz @ 11:06 (EST) / 191 / Comment ( 2 )

The past week has been one of those weeks in poker where you get a hand like KK in against 10s preflop as a 85/15 favourite and the villian flops a 10. It has happened multiple times, but it was also a learning experience. I've learnt to embrace it and accept it rather than get mad or quit. These kinds of things happen, and this was just one of those weeks. My bankroll is still at $9, so all these misfortunes did not affect my bankroll too much because I had one good day where I used some starcoins to play some 25 cent Spin and Go's. I have also decided to make a change to making my number 1 game to be cash games. Hopefully I can run good and build a good bankroll fast!

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