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/Apr/2011

All in all pretty frustrating day yesterday

By: VareckRay @ 10:18 (EDT) / 225 / Comment ( 2 )

Played rubbish really. Only myself to blame in most of the situations I found myself going out in tho there was some measure of frustration creeping in after having to fold pp after pp to players I knew had weak hands.

Is there any value in playing hands like pocket 10s and Js early in the game when someone has raised 10x the BB and there's 3 callers, all of whom you know almost certainly are fishing?

Last hand of the day was an eye opener, a fella called an all in with 44. I asked him why (politely) and he said he didn't care, he wasn't bothered about 1c and he didn't play often enough to be in with a chance of the money come the end of the month. I hadn't considered that someone would play for 2-3 hours and not care. Something for me to consider anyway :)

Good luck :)

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