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/Dec/2010

Mixed reviews

By: easykneezy @ 08:20 (EST) / 290 / Comment ( 0 )

I turned that first hand straight in the 5:30 PSO into a solid 24rth place finish.  The 180 man did not go too well.  This really loose aggressive player built up a huge stack, and watching hiim win with inferior hands, I waited to try and catch him.  I raised with pocket jacks, he went all in which is normal for him.  I called, only to see he had Queens this time.  I saw him do the same move a few times with Ace rag, vs other people, up against a big pocket, or a dominated hand.  He won most.  I guess I should have just stayed away.....

I blew it in the a later PSO, my A Q ran into QQ.  When the Q flopped, giving me the nut flush draw, I ended up moving all in.  I needed a diamond against the trip Q's of my opponent, and it did not come.  I had enough chips to get positive points, so  I blew that one.  He played it well, did not figure him for such a strong hand.  Another nameless player better than me!! 

Next time....U just wait.....

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