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/Mar/2012

reward bad play

By: thenztitan @ 03:24 (EDT) / 220 / Comment ( 0 )

could be just me but the last 2 nights it seams the computer that deals the cards is loveing rewarding bad play i have 2 peer pocket 9s and the bord peers js i get called all in i am confident i have the best of it so i call he has aq  boom q on the river giveing him or her 2 peer queen and jack or i have aq late postion all ready 2 riases in front of me so i just call flop aq6 cheeked to me i rise 2k they riase all in once again i go back to my notes n follow my gut thinking they have a6 at best i was shocked to see just pockt 3s i am like finally the doubel up i diserve no trun a 3 this gose on n on n on i flop a st8 they get runner runner to full up i flop a flush they get fn quads when will this bs end 

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