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/Jun/2011

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By: Sandtrap777 @ 16:49 (EDT) / 497 / Comment ( 1 )
Maybe you should stop complaining and learn how to play against them
The league should help you learn on how to be patient and how to play agaist them
Learn who they are (and there are plenty of them), and don't forget, you can't always win against them
If you think they are all playing in the PSO league, you're wrong
I've seen them in $1,000 buy in also (ok maybe less of them), but you'll find them all over
So, if you learn to play them in the league, you'll do better in real money tournaments

PS. Why don't you also post in the forum, there are more people there that can help and also analyse your hands (and less donks....lol)

Good luck for the rest of the month
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