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/Oct/2010

not so good

By: nickolai693 @ 14:19 (EDT) / 172 / Comment ( 0 )
this month for me hasnt been so good so far I also noticed I am not getting into the games no more growing tired of seen great hands gettn beat by guys or girls that play hands that have no reason to be played etc yes I know we need them in the game plus I also noticed less number of people in the league this month I wonder why that is ?? then today got people telling what their hand is prior to playing and during a hand that is being played and in a brick and motar joint you would get shot for doing that but here they think its okay i even warned him to stop it told me to shut up go to hell he could do as he pleased the site wouldnt do anything to him oh well what to do I do even know if I will continue playing here in the league after today doesn't look good as for me to be doing it anymore gl everyone have fun
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