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/Dec/2010

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By: crispy111534 @ 14:06 (EST) / 139 / Comment ( 1 )

I really love this game and especially the tournaments that I enter. However, I really get sooooooo tired of these players that go all in with the dumbest hands and wind up winning. I mean, where is the game in that????? It is sickening when someone has an A/K suited, and then some BINGO player calls with a 2/7 offsuit....AND WINS!!!!  That to me is just plain aggravating and very discouraging as to continue on with this bogus playing!!! It happens all of the time. There should be some kind of screening for skill levels that can be determined as to what level and what tables these type of players can access!!!

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