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/Jan/17

All-inin' All Day

By: inta4md @ 06:53 (EST) / 429 / Comment ( 6 )

Hi guys! This post is not about my simulator and statistics...

I just played a freeroll tournament and finished #1003. My last two hands was an upper straight into a guy who flopped a full house (i was small blind and he was big blind, 1:1 situation) and after few folds my pocket Aces into the same guy, same postions, same 1:1 situation and he got a straight with K 10. I had 4 big blinds and all in with aces in one on one situationconsidering my stack was the best play i can do but unfurtunately i lost. That was sad for me ....

But there was a positive moment too, when i was going All-in, I was listening this track on di.fm : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9m_GLKQ05no That was very sad & funny at the same time!

Good luck to you guys when All-inin' !!!

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