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Luck has escaped

/Oct/2011

Luck has escaped

By: mr djcrow @ 20:33 (EDT) / 176 / Comment ( 0 )

I won a torny 6 weeks ago and made a profit 2 months straight. Now all my big hands are getting smashed and normally by people who after making bad calls against me and taking my chips are out within 3 or 4 rounds of the table. I over bet these pots but these people keep coming at me. I dont mind this when my hands hold up but to be rivered 9/10 is becoming a bit of joke. I am at a loss what to do. These guys are playing hands i would not even consider playing due to the fact that I would get smashed playing thier hands. My KK have been running into AA on a regular basis as well. Trying to ride this out but it is becoming frustrating knowing full well I enter a hand with the best starting hand only to be run down by these bad players.

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