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/Feb/2011

getting better

By: anjin66 @ 09:11 (EST) / 213 / Comment ( 2 )
I have been playing now on a daily basis for about a week or so, and now, regardless of what a few people are saying, my game has gotten better. I was playing in one of the PSO skill league tournements last night, and a few people got alittle upset when there were 3 people, inlcuding myself , all in on a hand, and I had Q8 of spades. On the turn, there were 2 spades, and then my and was made on the river, and the other 2 people in the had better hands than me until then. When the river was played, my had was made, and they were knocked out, and that's when the fun began.
Now, my question is this, was I wrong to push all in with Q8 suited preflop?
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