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/Aug/2011

Open Skill League

By: bubsey13 @ 03:59 (EDT) / 195 / Comment ( 0 )

I take it all back,there is a way to play this league,it's not fool proof but at the moment it's working for me.I know premium hands don't come round very often,but there are times no matter what you have to bin them pre flop.I had pocket Q's on the big blind,of the players on the table four went all in,now my first instinct was to think happy days,but then I thought I'm here for points and to hang in there so I folded,best decision of the day,the guy with 6/4 os drew a straight.I eventually finnished 72nd.I know not everyone will agree with me and yes I have folded strong hands which would have won in some cases a lot of chips,but I've also folded and saved myself from early exit more,300 points in the last 6+ OSL's.

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