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Following All Rules????

/Dec/2010

Third Day O' Bloggin'

By: QQbrniisQQ @ 20:23 (EST) / 173 / Comment ( 2 )
Does anyone ever read these????

In my crazy attempt to play <and hope and pray I came in the money> on the PSO last night, instead,  I decided to make last night a "family night". We played hold em with my son and I did really well. I called A rag twice and twice I doubled my chip stack.  There were a lot of times I wanted to call crap and I just folded knowing it was the right thing to do.  
Sometimes, I get this feeling when I am on the tables that comes over me and I call the worst hand possible and hit it!  Ya'll may think I am crazy to admit that.  But, I get this feeling and I take a deep breath and I get this chill, then, I'll be darned if I don't hit my hand. This happened the other night, I took out a rather important PSO player, or so he thought, and he was NOT too happy. I called Q10s and he had 99. Another time this happened and I had 27 s. All in I went, and I'll be darned if I didn't take out 3 people. Needless to say there were a few select swear words in that room. 
Anyways, the point I am trying to make is this... Following all rules, raising when you're supposed to raise, and all-in's are great. But, sometimes, just SOMETIMES, you gotta call the crap to get ahead in this game.
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