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discusted with pokerstars

/Jul/2010

playing bad cards

By: leocaudle @ 15:38 (EDT) / 179 / Comment ( 0 )
im sorry to say this,but i have never been so upset with pokerstars and how people are playing in league.I just cant get over people playing crappy cards and beating other people and myself with those cards. its Kind of odd to have AK,hit two pair only to have people hit trips with their low cards on the river its sickning maybe some1 can give me some encouraging words to help me get my mind back in the right mindframe 4 poker
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