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smoke and play - Sat May 24, 2014, 06:26 AM
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it seems like when I play more than one game at a time , the clock speeds up or changes at the exact, most precise moment that I click the check/call button, BOOM-POW-PRESTO, I just called an all-in on the tourney, (that I'd scratched and clawed my way to the final table) with a crap hand because the son-of-a-gun switched to a different game at "such" a precise moment in time so many times, I finally had to stop play'n more than one at a time.If it only happened, say if I wasn't pay'n close attention or something, but NO!I hate myself so bad for loo-oosering on a bad call all-in, I almost started deleting everything in a fit of unstonerlike poker rage, my screen saved the moment by also freezing,...Had to settle for an uneventful pull-of-the-plug and walk away mumble about how lucky you are you froze, bla bla, sumpt'n sumpt'n, ...some people meditate/some people MEDICATE420)
 
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Sat May 24, 2014, 06:55 AM
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