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Noticing a trend

By: vanrigger @ 15:24 (EST) / 1 / Comment ( 1 )

I can't count how many times I lose to shit hands on the damn river. It seems no matter where you play it is all the same. I have read numerous blogs and noticed a trend with people saying the same thing. When is Poker Stars going to start making changes to their site. Losing to bad playing on your part is one thing but when you get people winning with shit cards on the river something has to be done. In alot of  tournaments I've been in I never seem to get what I need on the river and yet it seems one particular player can hit it on a consistant basis with the worst cards until then. If I am wrong in this assumption please let me know. I enjoy playing poker, but when it starts giving the hands to certain players or chip leaders something is definetely wrong.

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