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Re: What would you do? Poker hand of the Week.
« on: January 07, 2012, 01:04:35 AM »
:-[ Awwww shucks blue... I am on a streak this week... I have come in 1 place out of the money more times than I can count... Do you know what that sounds like? It sounds like, "Dammit I did it again!"  :O

katt LOL

I too get on these streaks Katt. A few places away from cash at least.

All that tells me is either that I only missed cashing by 1 missed opportunity or by making 1 mistake too many. Basically with any improvement at all in my play I will be able to cash.

That is a very good thing. Ya just have to change your perspective to "the glass half full" is all.

 Although there's always the possibility that they've got my name on a server that says "orren will not win". So they just tease me for fun. Since these "Streaks" usually occur on all poker rooms I play on. I sometimes wonder if it is whats actually happening.   ;)
"If life didn't suck half the time, we would take the great things for granted...."

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