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/Nov/2010

Patience

By: mike7706 @ 13:07 (EST) / 155 / Comment ( 0 )

I have no patience. Having hard time trying to not play alot of hands. Especially at the end of a tounament when there's a couple hundred people left. I try to get involved with something else on my computer while I'm playing so I wont lose my patience. I think that is a bad idea though because I won't know how some of  the players at my table are playing. I find myself playing alot of 56,78 sometimes 8J etc. because I think I'm losing to many chips waiting on good cards. Should I continue to lose chips while waiting on a good hand. Then try and win alot of money on one good hand. Sometimes the cards just aint coming out for awhile                                                         

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