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Post by brain cameron on Thu Aug 18, 2011 8:25 am

I have now been playing these for about 2 months. Since I am retired and on disablitly I get to play at my leisure and spend about 6 hrs per day out here.
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As with all gamblers, I thought I knew it all. I would do pretty good to about half way through a tourney, and then BAM!! Poof Gone.

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Finally realized that there is a lot more then just getting good cards.
I guess my whole point is, the more you play the better you get. You get to see all the little tricks the pros use. When to go all in with Pocket AA and when to slow play them.

Of course starting out as a newbie it was always all in. Then I got burned enough times to figure out that there really are bad beat hands.
My last was in hand A 2 with a A A 2 flop. I went all in. one opponent called with a A Q. the turn card was a 10 and the river was the Q.
Still lots to learn.

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