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/Apr/2011

Really!!

By: bjl03a @ 20:08 (EDT) / 329 / Comment ( 0 )
Sometimes I really wish I knew what was going through peoples mind when they call me.

I dont care how many times I see it happen. I just dont understand why someone would called my all-in (+4) with J8 off. Most of the times I end up winning but it still makes me nervous.

Even though its a dumb call. I would even understand if someone called a all-in with suited connectors but doing it blind is just dumb.

Here is another thing that makes me think. I have seen far to many people put way to much trust in pockets. It seems like everyone in PSO goes all-in pre-flop with any pocket. Regardless of position or player if someone has a pocket they think its a golden weapon. I'm just glad that they only stand up half of the time. You would think with 50/50 odds people would stop going all-in and play real poker.
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