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Holdemace486 - Sat Feb 11, 2012, 01:26 PM
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Since: Jul 2010
Posts: 122
Hello holdemace,

I feel really sorry for you since there is lot of players giving you hard time. Maybe you need to take a break from poker for a while. Need to stop posting like ur going to quit playing poker. If you want to gain respect from other players, then you need to wake up and stop moaning about poker ect ect...

Since the Mods here have closed ur post i wanted to say somethings to you in a nice way maybe you will understands where we are comming from. I understands why peoples giving you hard time is because you are very stubborn to listens what other peoples have to tell you. Yes i know ur good poker player, but you don't need to post every time about your down fall and badbeats ect ect... Like i said before walk away for a while then come back with better state of mind.

For me if that ever happens to me i just laugh about it and move on. We can't control what players do in poker, if they decided to make bad calls or whatever let them do it then keep notes on them.
That very easy to do am i right about that ?

Last thing i wanted to say to you i have respect for ya for your poker skills, not your TILTING.
Hope this help you ?

P.S. How about this do you want challenge ? I will give you one just PM me and we will talk more about it. Because i need to see it myself how good you are and maybe i can give you some thought and advice.

Cheers mate don't give up just yet.

Sat Feb 11, 2012, 11:52 PM
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Since: Nov 2011
Posts: 1,760
Thank you outcast really appreciated,and i will pm you to ask about your challenge idea.

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