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/Jan/2011

EASY COME EASY GO......

By: beerdoh @ 17:57 (EST) / 230 / Comment ( 1 )
WOW, what a week I just had! Started the month out keeping my ranking around the 500 mark and now i've dropped to @ 2300 lol. I've been playing the same strong hands that got me to my high point but now I seem to attract callers with low suited cards that hit the river/suckout. I'm still trying to understand how people can call my all in preflop with 62s 58s Q8o etc...? Are the hands that close preflop to make that call?Ahh...I'm still going to stick with the strategy I'm trying right now, but if i keep dropping then you might see a new SuperDonk on the tables next month as I'm going to play every type of hand and track my results so until then Good Luck to All.
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