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Things Have Got TO Change

By: vanrigger @ 14:24 (EST) / 165 / Comment ( 1 )

I don't know why I keep playing. I have noticed alot lately no matter what combination of cards you play, you will get beat out  by the person with the higher stack. I lose pocket aces or pocket kings to a player with a large stack that has pocket deuces and pulls off a full house.  Also, getting nothing in your hand and seeing the same players getting pocket cards no lower than a jack continuosly  and meanwhile I can go 20 hands in a row and getting nothing higher than an eight.  I have been out of tournaments quickly because of this and you can't build up your chips to be in contention because no matter what you do or what  you have the chip leaders will get it especially on the river when you have them beat up to that point. People can say I'm  a complainer but all I expect is to have things fair all around and not to just the chosen few.

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