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/Aug/2007

The Big One VII

By: Quackpot @ 22:24 (EDT) / 414 / Comment ( 0 )
Well, I played one of my best tournaments in a long time. Unfortunately I blew it at the end. With a 2/1 chip lead I made two calls, with the best hand, and threw it all away in the name of luck. I don't know if the short stack thought the best chance was to push every hand and hope I would fold till she won or what? After the 3rd in a row I called with what was likely to be the best hand Q7. I was correct and the turn paired her to put her in the lead. Then I get pocket 5s two hands later and call her all in with J8 only to lose that race too. GG Quack. I'm a little disappointed. OK, I'm a lot disappointed. I really wanted that second banner. Maybe even more so than the SPs. Still, I guess I shouldn't complain. I did finish quite well.
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