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/Sep/2010

A very bad night

By: ericnnancy @ 19:28 (EDT) / 462 / Comment ( 0 )
Well, played the 2000 PSO and couldn't get a hand. Finished in the 500s when my AJ suited lost to a pair of 10s. In the 2200 tourney, had a guy that was going all-in every hand, finally called him with an AK suited, he flipped over a 68 os and in typical fashion was given his straight for the win. Tried a SNG for a rookie ticket and once again, had a guy go all-in every hand, which he won everytime. Could someone please explain how a guy wins every allin with bad cards, and then when I call him with my AA, one again, I lose. How does this happen?? Well, time for another nightly go at the PSO table. Still sitting with the same bankroll
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