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/Nov/2014

NL2 Zoom Monday Grinding #1: A Day to Forget

By: Vaiifilhao @ 17:33 (EST) / 279 / Comment ( 4 )

Today, my friends, was certainly a day to forget. Bad beats, bad luck, bad decisions, a lot contributed to a serious drop in my bankroll. This was not tilt, not multi-tabling, nothing. I swear I was playing my best poker possible. I hope this streak doesn't continue for tomorrow. Let's see the *sigh* best and worst hands of today:

 

Best Hand

 

Got lucky to be called by the (possibly) 2nd best hand. It's pretty good despite the fact I lost twice to Over-Sets today...

 

 

 

Worst Hand

 

I could post here a lot of hands today, but I will just post the absolute worst. This hand got so much questions in my mind I even posted it on the forums for evaluation!

 

 

The link to the Hand Evaluation:

https://www.pokerschoolonline.com/forum/showthread.php?69952-NL2-Zoom-Hand&p=548752#post548752

 

 

Bankroll

 

Yeah, that's a huge drop. Yes, I'm sad.

 

 

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