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GlassEye_sam

/Feb/2011

Skill league, PSHHHHHHHH

By: glassEye_sam @ 11:03 (EST) / 259 / Comment ( 2 )
Ok so when I joined this league, I  thought to myself', " its gonna be nice to play against some people who actually have SKILL." I thought it was going to be a good experience to learn from, and improve my ability's.  I had no idea as to what actually awaited me.  I understand completely that skill varys from person to person, but here lately is seems like every time i'm knocked out of one of the PSO's its by a hand that should't have been played to begin with.  I have talked to a few of my brethern on the tables, and from what I have gathered the problem is rampant.  Its truely aggrovating when your trying to play a tight aggressive game, and someone takes your AJo out with 62o.  What happened to the SKILL in the SKILL LEAGUE.  I see people playing fold hands all the time. Does anyone use good STARTING HANDS anymore?

   I don't know maybe its just me...
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