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/Apr/2009

Full Tilt Poker

By: SniffMan @ 10:28 (EDT) / 278 / Comment ( 0 )
I have a free account at Full Tilt among a few others. I rarely use them but since the PSO changes I decided to try Full Tilt again to see what I was missing. I saw the same BS that I experienced 4 or 5 years ago. First hand in a 90 player tourney in which we each started with 1500 chips and I got AK suited and was first to act. I called because I knew somebody was going to raise or go all in. To my surprise only one raiser for 200 more chips. Well with my knowledge of that site I only wanted one opponent so after 2 calls before me I raised all-in. Everybody called including two after me. There we are at a 10 player table with 6 of us all in preflop on the first hand of a tournament and I had the best hand. I was up against Q,3 off 4,5 suited, K,4 off 10,7 off and A,2 off. Of course Q,3 off won with a flop of A,3,3. I played one more tourney and the first hand had 4 all-ins. The second hand repeated, and on and on it went. I finished 8th and played smart, solid poker but every hand I played, and there were not many, I had to expect some Bozo would go all-in. I then went to some ring games and the same thing went on, all-in and see who gets lucky. It seems that PSO is the only place where free poker has any semblance of intelligent poker action. See you at the Final Table.
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