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losing 5 days in a row from some world smartest players
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/Mar/2013

sometimes its just funny this game,but still...

By: padobranac1 @ 06:00 (EST) / 204 / Comment ( 0 )

Can you belive that you can lose 5 days in a row from some turbo smart player(Nostradamus maybe) who calls my AK with A3,he wins,who calls my AQ with 69 suitted,he wins,its ok but how come i call 19 hand and get nothing and then first fold,you imagine,this is a game but you really have 2 have steel nerves to survive,like in the army.http://pokersatrs poker

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