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Why Hate Fish? - Sun Apr 10, 2011, 12:52 AM
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This isn't PSO related because I got crippled early in a tournament with pocket aces when K5 flopped the K and spiked the 5 on the river. But fish in general are good for the game.

I played a live ten handed game with incredibly loose players, one routinely pushed all in with nothing. It was a $300 buy in (which is enough to make me nervous) and PF action often had $15 to $30 raises with several callers. I folded everything for the first hour and then got doubled up. After that I loosened up a bit to see more flops and got payed off when I hit and (usually) folded when I was behind. The guys I was playing with had no skill and played ATC and didn't mind rebuying over and over.

End of the 7 hour session I was up $2000 Could have been much more but I played one hand horribly but I think it taught me a valuable lesson and believe or not I was playing friendly and just calling with hands I knew were best.

Here's hoping I can play with that group of guys again soon
 

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