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/Feb/2011

Dealing with a bad player

By: Soldierblue7 @ 19:35 (EST) / 162 / Comment ( 0 )
I'am slowly still trying to get over a bad beat I just had...and the same can be said for ones in the past...
If I want to be a professional poker player I realize that I can't succomb to tilt from the beat, but in my mind for some weird reason, I just can't stand a player winning chips based on luck and no skill. I make it a little mission of mine to beat them at thier own sloppy play, but sometimes it doesn't work out in my favor even though I am a overwhelming majority to take the pot.

I guess I'll just stay out of thier way untill they knock themselves out...this will just take time to get used to to be sure.

Beware of maniacs fellow players! Definitley wait until you are within points, the money or if you have a lot of chips before you make that call. You could also check their stats here on PSO.

Well I guess I'm done rambling...

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