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By: djharpo07 @ 08:18 (EDT) / 286 / Comment ( 0 )


Just writing another blog on cashing out it seems to me when you cash out money from stars you need to be very careful i was playing with a $250 bankroll which i built up from $15 i cashed out $100 of this then went and played some poker wow couldn't believe the bad luck i came across there was loads a hands that played them selves example KK vs AA   JJ vs QQ  QQ vs KK and so on if i had the bigger pair they hit there set or runner runner straights n flushes serious i saw the variance only occur  when i cashed out i was running really well and playing my best game but you can't beat bad luck.

All the years I've been playing and im only spotting variance now trust me its there and it will punish you if your not careful.



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