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/Jun/2015

Meet the Dumbest of All !!

By: thehorse7 @ 01:38 (EDT) / 394 / Comment ( 2 )

Really guys! As my friends confirm, I made one of the most stupidest decision by denying the four-way deal at the final table of Hotter 16.50 turbo. I was in second number with the chips and had following reasoning against the deal: 

 

The player in 4th spot in chips was just on 8-10 bbs. I thought we sould make a deal once he eliminates because original prize for 2nd position was 2.5 k more and 4th positon 2.5 k less  than what was offered in the deal. 

Dudes, offcourse there are major flaws in this reasoning mainly by not giving due consideration to the high BB and turbo nature of the tournamenet. 

Please Play Safe Guys ! 

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