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Bobber's Bankroll Bonanza

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/Feb/2012

Theres always one

By: bobber93 @ 20:09 (EST) / 261 / Comment ( 2 )

Was well on my way for a lovely finish in the bigger 4.40 when I ran into the same situation I have a few times this week, people whos fold button has been replaced by a button stating 'Donk all in'. Was sat on about 22K coming up to the bubble so Im in a good position to go pretty deep. I have lately got fed up of going pretty deep because I keep missing out on the win I desire.
Im outchipped by one person at the table who has 36K and is playing pretty snug. I pick up KK in mid position and we end up in a bit of a raising war, Im hoping to see QQ/JJ but im expecting to see AA. Im very shocked however to see us get it all in pre and he turns Q7 off... Im not however shocked to see him turn 2 pair and knock me out pre bubble.
Not too bothered about missing out on a min cash because I need to put myself in more positions to go deep. But all in with Q7??? Its getting stupid, especially when they seem to know when Q7 is going to somehow hit a miracle

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