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/Feb/10

Watching the pros

By: john2fingers @ 18:22 (EST) / 175 / Comment ( 0 )

Decided tonight I was gonna watch a few pros play so I had a look who was playing and ended up watching a $1050 prog bounty builder. Now I know these games add a little more compilcations as you have to factor the bounty into any maths that you do... In the main, the quality was pretty good, but there was also a fair share of shocking moves, calls and badbeats. The pro I was watching was running very good, one hand hitting a straight flush with J7s.  It was an expierience, esp watching donk calls hit. I just wouldnt be able to live with someone calling a 5bet all in with dueces against kings to hit quads........  Anyway, from what I saw, the player quality did not seem that much further away from where I hope to be.... Its just about building a good enough bankroll now.  Good luck everyone, see you at the tables. :Keep disciplined.

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