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/May/2014

'I knocked out a PSO team member"

By: hukanui1010 @ 19:39 (EDT) / 67 / Comment ( 0 )

So it was the PSOSOP event 4 play money tourney and the hand played out as follows,

 

The player that got the short end of the stick in this hand was PSO Team member John aka JWK24.

John was short stacked at this stage and I knew that with his stack size and table position he could be pushing with medium strength cards there so i decided to call with my AJo.

The flop was lucky for me hitting me 2pair against John's pair of Jacks and the A on the turn was icing on the cake.

I continued on to finish in 7th.

I always enjoy playing against John as he is a tough opponent and when I first joined PSO and went through the bankroll builder he was my trainer. So thanks John your lesson tought me something.

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