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/Apr/2011

Break Even

By: SlycatA8 @ 17:05 (EDT) / 258 / Comment ( 0 )

Why is that I play like mad when I'm down to get back to where I was to start the day, and I make there only to start the next day in the same hole. I'm tired of this. I think I overplaying my draws and not playing my made hands hard enough. Sometimes it is just bad reads, others times bad cards, and the rest just awful play. Then there are times wher I can do no wrong every decision bad or good works out for me. I started to float more in recent cash games and it works and sometimes people call my semi bluff only to get murdered on the river. I can spot fish easily because I made those same mistakes, and still do. I'm working on my consistency so that I can maintain the wins and fight like hell from behind just to be happy I broke even.

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