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Poker Karma - Wed Feb 09, 2011, 11:29 PM
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EasTex Rdnk's Avatar
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I have read a few posts on here and notice that many, like myself, have been running bad. Having AA busted by some ridicules 27o call. It just really chaps my a$$ to have this, and similar scenarios, happen time and time again. It makes you feel like the only way to play this league is with a tight passive style until you have the nuts at showdown (don't worry, I'm sure some jack hole will call you even then).
So in a last ditch effort to attempt to reverse my misfortune, I have decided to take a page from Earl Hickey and treat poker like karma. With that in mind, here's to all of you running better! Good luck in all of the PSO Tournaments!
 
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Thu Feb 10, 2011, 12:53 AM
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Take a look at my scores and blog (few waiting to be approved). I've had some rather terrible luck almost every day this month, often in mutliple PSO tournaments a day. My point being, your not the only one.

One thing I want to point out about your post though, tight passive is bad poker, even in the pso freeroll. Tight passive is begging for AA to get cracked. Most people seem to agree tight agressive is the way to go (to over generalize things a bit).
 

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