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/Jan/2011

Running Hot and now not...

By: whitelextown @ 10:50 (EST) / 316 / Comment ( 1 )

I can't get my head around the scenario. When the hand is hot with  and the board flops this  and i get raised after me 500. It happened to me all morning. I can't get my head around it. I really can't. It happened to me today. It even happened to me with a freaken  and the board came .

This is the second day in a row that I have busted out within 30 minutes. Man, I am tilted. I guess I have been used to running hot lately at least scoring. My scoring has gone down 20 because of yesterday and today.

Now, anyone know how I may get my hand history of the day's events so I can study it over and figure out what I did wrong? When I am not running hot, I like to evaluate what I did and see my leaks in the game for yesterday and today?

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