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Why Ive decided to never play poker again

By: maddogtracy @ 18:22 (EST) / 512 / Comment ( 1 )

Ive come to the conclusion over the past few days that poker is a game best left to anybody willing to shove and pray.  Ive decided to add KK to my list of hands to never ever ever play again.  I had KK in a good spot  raised to 300  3x the BB.  I get one caller.  board shows 6 J 9.  The caller goes all in.  I think maybe a strait but im adventurous so I call the 995 I have left.  Crazy mom60 has 6 8.  guess what comes next.  A six comes.  she wins win three 6's.  I understand that poker is a game of chance and that she can win just like the others.  But I have also decided that I should never ever play again because if a 6 8 can beat KK every time here at Poker Stars then I should just give up and quit playing.  Maybe il take up a more winnable sport.  Maybe I'll take up coin flipping because that is what the players on the PSO seem to do when it comes to figuring out what to play.  I give up!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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