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pso haters in wpo warmup - Tue Nov 12, 2002, 04:40 PM
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Im sick of everyone talking trash about this school, ie; "typical pso bs" or "typical pso" when i win a hand
WAAAAHHHHH
i had a monster stack in the warm up tourney, like last night
i win cash playing the same way in other places
if the trash talkers are so good, then why are they broke?
i know how to handle a large stack, get over it.
im a bully, get over it


if you are unhappy, leave
if you are so good, why play here, when you could be making millions due to your skill level at real money sites?

p.s. i post and folded with 90 left and a stack of 143,000 in LUCKY wins and steam roller pots....did i qualify?
is there a place to find this out?
could someone start an archive of this sort for the pso warm up events?


i will bring handkercheifs to the next table for the sore losers
i wont name names this time
 
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Tue Nov 12, 2002, 05:23 PM
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Warm up events winners are listed at Pokerpages.

Take a pill, relax,,,have fun, dude! No one here can piss you off! Only you can let 'em piss you off! If you're beating all of them, why the attitude?

GL at the tables, buffalohead. Have fun!
 
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Thu Nov 14, 2002, 10:48 PM
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If "typical PSO b-ullsh-t" is said in terms of havin a big stack and winning, I'll somehow live with the agony of the insult.
 
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Fri Nov 15, 2002, 12:53 PM
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How do they know who's a member anyway? Unless some PSO'er is criticising the play anyway, or whatever?
 

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