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/Jul/2011

the right play

By: fenixwell @ 16:49 (EDT) / 288 / Comment ( 0 )

well i'm sure there is one for every hand, in every table and every type of player in any position. now, I think i've covered all the variables in one sentence. but when you are down to 600 chips and you get AA on the BB, whats the right play, lol well in a pushy table no need to raise, all in was enevitable, and all in it was. 99hit the flop and lol was heard from my left, and trip 9s kick me out. but I have to admit, this was a game of mediocer hands so getting to under 2500 was ok I suppose. but with me tittering around 1500 its not ideal.  So anyway, heres to the ten (or 1700et) game and i hope to stay awake. oh btw, wheres the spellchecker

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