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/Aug/2010

Attitude

By: driven31558 @ 18:37 (EDT) / 188 / Comment ( 0 )
I like playing against people who are trying to learn and play well. Not just all in all in all in. But, the attitude and name calling is ridiculous. Yes, there is money involved, and most of the time I do take it seriously, but I never find it necessary to insult people. Maybe I was just raised differently. When I get so mad it ruins my night, I am no longer having fun and I need to stop playing. On a playing note, my "great" luck continues. I've been knocked out of a few tourneys by my own mediocre play. Some times I just get tired and apathetic. (All in against 3 people w/ pocket 10s? Questionable decision, at best!) Played a pretty good tourney this afternoon. Had a small chip stack, raised preflop w/ j10 of hearts (best I'd seen in a while). One caller. 2 hearts on the flop. Pocket 4's first to act, and pushes me all in. I call. 15 outs. (2 over cards and any heart) That puts me at about a 60% favor, I believe . Oh well. Maybe next tourney.
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