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/Dec/2011

Whats gone wrong in the poker online world today!

By: skylark40 @ 06:33 (EST) / 205 / Comment ( 0 )

It seems that the standard poker rules are being tossed out the window! E.g. You are playing a SNG low buy in, you have packet AA's pre-flop, you raise as you are sitting in a steal position with a monster!, then some person goes all in! Only to find when you call it that they have unsuited cards that are not even connectors! And they win!! Lol this is happening on a regular bases!

I wonder if they would play the same way in a live situation person to person??

Cheers,
Skylark40
"Fortune favors the brave" :-o )


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