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/Nov/2014

NL2 Thursday Grinding #1: Not a profitable day

By: Vaiifilhao @ 07:10 (EST) / 209 / Comment ( 2 )

It's a bit sad when you couldn't build some extra money for your bankroll. Didn't have much luck in a lot of hands in a row, but I assume this is part of poker too.

PS: Friday and Saturday are my days off, so I won't be updating the blog!

 

Best Hand

Good old set mine. Flop had dangereous flush draw, so I had to re-raise to kill flush odds. It turned everything alright, with a very smooth board without much danger.

 

Worst Hand

While it's true that I had lack of luck preflop, I probably should have aborted mission at later streets. Please comment what would be better in my situation

 

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