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/Dec/2010

Nice Hands???

By: WCDT @ 18:02 (EST) / 173 / Comment ( 3 )

@WCDT says --- Now I know bluffing is apart of the game of poker, especially No-Limit! I just don't uderstand why when I'm playing, and trap someone, why they are rewarded for bad play... i.e. 1 n 2 outers cannot be considered "Nice Hands" when they get lucky! It seems like it happens to me the most, when some1 is way behind, i.e. (I FLOP TRIPS)and they have a wired pair that catches a boat on the river for all the marbles, post-flop. It is unbelievable how many times this has happened to me, in the last 2 days, let alone my PSO career. To sum up my story, players stop telling people, when they hit those, that, THAT IS A "NICE HAND!!!"----------- IT" NOT!!!

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