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/Sep/2010

complaints

By: corvids @ 17:07 (EDT) / 168 / Comment ( 0 )
The biggest and really only complaint worth talking about is the donkey complaint. I understand completely having been on both sides. Not to mention how many times i have been made to look stupid by both the sharks and donks. Not sure which group hurts the most, lets just say that getting beaten in poker by either group can be quite an ordeal,a humbling and ego smashing ordeal. But the key is to remain positive like attracts like and besides bad beats and donkeys are simply the cost of doing business in the poker world. So if you cant deal with the fact that your going to get beat by some chucklehead with a 7 and 4 sometime in your poker life you better just quit now and save yourself the aggravation.
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