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/Dec/2010

bad beats are coming more often

By: vbamabul68w @ 11:55 (EST) / 155 / Comment ( 0 )

i know bad beats are a part of poker but it seems they are happening more often this month. Last month was my first time in the league and i did pretty well I think. i finished in the top 1000, got a little bonus and i did it using the strategies that i learned in poker school. This month I m using the same strategies as last month and I ll go in in the lead, raise when Im supposed to and on the turn and river get beat by really bad hands that shouldnt have even called the raise. And its happening alot more than usual. I guess my question is... Are peole really getting lucky or is this site rewarding bad players... Im just saying. Points to ponder

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