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/Feb/2014

is it just bad luck or bad play

By: mikekbkl @ 18:34 (EST) / 52 / Comment ( 0 )

Just finished playing in a 20k mtt, finished 80th out of 2387 players, made a bad play when ln 5th called two all ins with Ako. (should know better).

 

Anyway i am at the moment thinking Pokerstars has something against me, i am getting paranoid, i just cant win even if i have the nuts on the flop, i am still getting called and beat by those miracle cards.

I have played 18 MTT tournaments this week on my other site, no final tables but 14 cashes and two bubbles where i was to aggressive against the big stacks and played hands that i should have folded.

Also been playing cash and making a 20% return this week.

On PS lost all my cash, getting beat in MTT when i call an all in with AA, KK, they always hit the 4 card straight.

I wonder if i can get coaching to just learn how to play on pokerstars or does the software just go its MIke lets get him over again and again.

will continue to try and final table at least once on ps, would need to win at least 1k to break even

good luck to you all at the tables

 

 

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