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/Jul/2010

its all in the river

By: spikehorn @ 00:38 (EDT) / 147 / Comment ( 0 )
In my time of playing the texes hold'em games and touraments i found it dose not mader to much on the first 5 cards that are delt to you. You think you have a great hand the best it could offer when playing.And then it happens you with pair of kings and three 5's and the other guy gose in with a 9 and a 2 all in action and the turn then the river its all over for you he turns three 9's and a pair of twos. And i kick my self in the ass thing why did i go in did i do every thing right how do u know and why dose it happen so often to me. What am i doing wrong. And what or why would some one even go in on a poor hand such as that. Please help
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