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Was I Right To Call Flop? - Fri Mar 25, 2011, 02:21 PM
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I say yes; and I also say I did nothing wrong in this hand, but maybe others have another opinion. This is three suck outs on the river in my last three hands when I had by far the best hand, twice with AKo. Quite honestly I don't ever use (or even believe) the term RiverStars, but I sometimes see why someone would make the accusation.



I am absolutely sick and tired of crashing out of tournaments like this. I'm pretty upset because I am not playing Poker, I'm just taking breaks for a week then reading about it, then being knocked out of a tournament before the third level.

What the f**k do I f**king do? I am so upset and angry
 
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??????// - Fri Mar 25, 2011, 02:57 PM
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you played it perfect-- and got drawn out-- its poker- its gonna happen-- refer to the Langoliers post on dealing with tilt-- !! 99 of 100 you win that pot- take solice in that-- and keep gettin it in with the best--gl-- monk............
 
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Fri Mar 25, 2011, 03:12 PM
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I thought I did, but you know when you second guess yourself? This was the 11th hand, and my first that I played btw

I ran bad at the start of the month, took a couple of weeks off. Came back refreshed, ran bad, took another week off. Came back - guess what? Ran even worse. I'm just sick and tired of logging on, patiently folding my cards, playing the first decent hand I get then being knocked out due to luck of the cards. Its like 10mins every session, after which I choose not to play cos I'm tilting.

I'd like to finish this by going AHHHHHHHHHHHHRRRRRRRRRRRRRRGGGGGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHH HHHH.

It's nice to get it out the system sometimes, you know lol?
 

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