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Mkrofdrms EX PSO player....

/Mar/2011

bad week.....

By: mkrofdrms @ 23:44 (EDT) / 246 / Comment ( 0 )

    I am a good player but with bad luck, this week I had all agaisnt me plus bad playing, from 2d dropped to God knows where, had aces cracked 4 times, QQ beat by aces showin in the river, KK's smashed by other hand I realize some is bad play and got frustrated when twice in a row my aces got cracked, I thought  can't happens twice in row, but forgot once I lost 5 times having pockets aces in a row,  so I went agaisnt my old credom offolding early on in all ins,  and I  fell hard, that set up an dspiral, this weekend I played better but  more likely it's too late, I simply sucked royaly, this is written just a few minutes after my aces got smashed against queens, I know is poker and things like that happen, but what a week, what luck .... don't know if with my luck I will ever be a real good player, can't beat donkeys, can't beat luck...
MK
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