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/Dec/2012

Rough Couple of Days

By: SpiffsGirl @ 08:46 (EST) / 235 / Comment ( 2 )

I have been having a rough couple of days. After my amazing run and up almost $90 in one day, just from sit and gos, it isn't looking so good anymore. I have tried switching my game up after my downfall, and taking breaks. I took a whole day break. It seems like I can't catch anything, and when I do, I get beat. Some examples: my KK..I re-raised pre-flop a huge chunk, got called. Flop comes 2,2,6..I thought I was looking pretty good..I min bet, get re-raised, I shove all in, player calles he has quads.2222...UGH! And other hands would be like my AK getting beat by A(2- .. that happened way to many times than I can count. My AA getting beat..it isn't fun. 

I have no idea what to do. I am going to start back up today and see how it goes. BLAH! Hope you guys have better luck than me at the tables.

 

-Dani

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