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By: PokerKid2190 @ 09:35 (EST) / 271 / Comment ( 4 )

So after a good afternoon yesterday, i played last night and this afternoon, and learnt quickly why online poker is so frustrating


The amount of beats ive had in the last 12 hours are just sickening!

Donk after Donk after Donk


i had aces cracked by 46 hitting a straight


pocket queens cracked by a7 off


a set, beaten by a runner runner flush


i lost a hand drawing (which i dont mind) but with 14 outs i was quite gutted.


just seems relentless! and thats without the idiot calls for smaller pots where they just shouldnt be playing let alone calling!


How do i avoid this?


what am i doing wrong?!?! im being agressive and getting the chips in when i have the hands but idiots keep calling and catching what do i do!!!

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