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I have been playing online poker for years. Hoping to improve in 2016.
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/Dec/2015

A difficult choice...

By: b1llyrae @ 01:10 (EST) / 130 / Comment ( 0 )

Well today was a bad card day.If I got good cards it was only so someone else could profit from thier better cards. I did finally get some pocket AA but not enough to normalize the day.

The question I have is whether it is better to play low stakes ad continue to be beat out by players going all in with 73o or to go up in stakes and be eaten alive by sharks. What is the best answer?

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