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Steve Holman (SteveArtist)

/Dec/2010

Quiting the PSO Tourneys....Too Many Donks.

By: SteveArtist @ 14:06 (EST) / 202 / Comment ( 0 )

I cannot play real poker here. In the real world you would never see ALL-INS  on trash hands, everyhand !  Put these screwups somewhere else. I may return someday. PSO i would appreciate it if you would take action against these individuals, not just for me or the other players, but for your own reputation.   Thank you, Steve (SteveArtist) 

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