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Observations on the game ,as seen in the lobby
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/Dec/2012

i've always wondered?

By: imokdoc @ 06:50 (EST) / 217 / Comment ( 1 )

Having joined a month ago,having stop playing for more than a year,i've always wondered:

-How is it that when you go all in,and you are the small stack,you always seem to lose on the last card.

-You always get moved at least 7 x in a game ,just so you don't become too familiar with the play.

-You are moved to a table,where you are the shortest stack,and the two top ten tournament players are on your table,and everyone else is sitting out.

-How come the top players in the  PSO leagues play every available game,are they on some sort of drug,where they can play a month with no sleep?

-Some people join the tournament,yet are not on PSO,interesting.

 

And so i plod on trying to make the magic 350,to move on up,or i play for hours to grab the 50 cents.

Coz not only do i have to beat other players,i also have to win that little bit extra,to beat the exchange rate.

 

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