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/Aug/2010

I let them get to me

By: eWhiteFire @ 22:47 (EDT) / 221 / Comment ( 0 )
Tonight was not a good night for me with regards to the game. I simply let my frustrations get the best of me. I let my guard down and I let the others take advantage of that. I pretty much gave my chips away. I don't like playing that way, and I'm going to try to resist their attempts to get to me from now on. I just have a hard time wrapping my head around why certain players think that they are playing good while making bad plays (luck being their determining factor when they pull out a huge stack of chips) and then try to argue their stance that they did what they did and they knew it would work in their favor, when in turn, the odds were completely against them. I guess I am one step ahead of them though, considering that I know when I'm making a bad play. Haha. Oh well. Tomorrow is another day! See you on the tables!
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