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Epic Sickness at the School Pass Table!

By: Pokerific85 @ 14:33 (EDT) / 163 / Comment ( 3 )

So today i took part of my first School Pass event since i had a load of tickets just waiting for me in my pokerstars account.

The tourney started great with most folks playing extremely loose which always favours players like me.

I want to discuss the hand i busted however. I felt sick after seeing a shove and what came up. Of the outs I had i theortically i should have hit at least one however was not meant to be. My information on the other 2 players were that they were playing any old hands to show dominance and thus a weak player got lucky.

Review the hand on boom player:

For those who dont like small windows:

How would you have played this. I dont think I could have played it any differently given the information on the other 2 players throughout the game.

Great to be back and part of this amazing community


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