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/Oct/2010

keep a cool head

By: myoho01 @ 22:51 (EDT) / 200 / Comment ( 0 )
well started the day in 1st on the leaderboard but dont think ill hold it long who knows.. i lost my temper today on the tbles cause of some ,lets just say, someone jelious of me. he goes allin early in the tounry with 55 i called with QQ needless to say he caught his 5. no big deal i said gg gle and nh, but when he started bashing me about he being the 1 to take me out of first and the saying nasty remarks to me ,well i lost my temper and gave him a hard time at the tble he was at. yeah i know i should not have, i shouldve just let it go. next time i will.. it wont happen again i'll b the bigger man. anyway i got the last laugh thou cause he had over 20k in chips with about 25 to the money and he lost it all in 1 hand haha.. and i still maintain a top 10 ( i think) will see tomarrow. so point of the story is: dont let neg. feelings get to you . its only a card game.. may the cards b with you and gl myoho01
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