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/Dec/2010

Overcoming a bad hand

By: teepack @ 14:00 (EST) / 1 / Comment ( 0 )

In on-line poker, you have a lot hands where you get a "bad beat." You know, when you play a hand perfectly, make a large bet before the river, and some idiot needing an inside hit on a straight calls and hits. I have a hard time letting these kinds of hands go, and before you know it, I've lost half my chips making stupid bets to try to make up for the chips I just lost. How do you guys handle it when you have a bad beat? What's the best strategy to get over it? And quickly!

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