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/Aug/2010

Pocket Rocket Duds Revisited

By: wiseguyjim @ 15:58 (EDT) / 330 / Comment ( 0 )
Wow, I was off to a wonderful start at the 3pm tourney and once again dealt AA. Of course there is some crazy pre-flop raiser at the table and I decided to just call the raise this time instead of pushing all-in. The flop is 2 3 J. Crazy better bets a ton. I call making me pot committed. Turn is another 2. Last few of my chips go in to see he was going all crazy with A2. And I am out at like 800th place. Pretty improbable, unbelievable, silly, rediculous, whatever you want to call it, that the two worst finishes I have had in the league this month were because I was dealt the best pre-flop hand possible. The cards are all random though. I know it is true because Pokerstars said so. Sigh......
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