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Playing Blind - by Blindmice123

/Oct/2010

ok, then what happened?

By: blindmice123 @ 23:24 (EDT) / 342 / Comment ( 0 )
Wow, I forgot everything I thought I knew..
LOL  Let's just say that September really tried my self control.  I actually think I lost it a few times.  It seems, a beat on a hand you thought should win can really shatter your nerve.  Plus that feeling of being hard done by lingers for a while afterwards.

I don't think I went on "tilt" as it were.  I tried to keep my game in perspective..  If I was all in with the best hand, then I had done my part.  If I didn't win - it was just how the cards fell.

I still enjoyed mousing about it to my significant other.. he listens with a sympathetic ear.

Ah well.. on to October!
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