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/Feb/2012

Calling knowing your beat.....

By: froggy178 @ 22:44 (EST) / 304 / Comment ( 3 )

Ok il be first to admit i done this a few times out of pure fustration as to what a player called my pre flop 3 bet with and sometimes it leads to me to wanting to rage, at which point i himbly flick the power switch on the wall and leave haha But i dont post this out of fustration i post this as a question why do many players call knowing there beat??? Im sorry but if you re raise me with bottom pair and beat me by getting lucky with a set then good for you on getting lucky with a suckout not dosn't bother me but i would like to know what compelled you to call in the first place?? Its mystery to me as to why you do it but hey pls dont stop doing cause more often then not your just becoming a free atm for me to withdraw out of Kind regards....

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