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/Feb/2012

I play in good faith...

By: franksalot4u @ 16:18 (EST) / 67 / Comment ( 0 )
And this the thanks i get... another top up...40$-- another sunday storm along with a few shots @ step a for the ept. 5-9 sng of various types and buy-ins. The only thing i can report is i got busted yet again from everything. no leauge score. which is next to impossible to get on!!! on any level of buy in. Im starting to think im getting a worse player than a better one for playing this site. Everyhand is full house star8 flush trips... bang bang bang... 10/4 busting k/k... playing outs=pointless...make 1 mistake out! Fuck knows where its all gone wrong but il be in vegas for the summer, and hopefully il never have to think about stars again. for me top ups have to be justified and ive run out of excuses to contine to belive what im seeing. RANDOM FLOPS= BIGGEST SCAM IN POKER HISTORY. ID HATE TO THINK HOW MUCH DOLLARS IVE WASTED CHASEING THE IMPOSSIBLE...
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