Tuesday, August 16, 2005

When it goes bad it just does not stop

I am a low roller when playing online poker and I mainly stick to sitngo's because I really like the tournament style aspect and it limits your losses, ummmmmmmmmmmm well
it did for about 6 months.

In a period of 48 hours I lost around $200, I have not had to make a deposit since early January and cashed out 3 times in year to date.

Have you ever felt disgust for a whiner in the chat box because his pocket aces got cracked, like we have not seen that before?

And as he finally leaves everyone makes comments like "like we have never seen that before blah blah blah" when you have taken your share of bad beats online you become numb but you know solid play will get you back.

Well that philosophy worked up to this point.

Okay please no comment like how about some cheese with your WHINE I get it I get it

In successive hands I was beat by sickout after suckout with being the favorite going in on almost 90 percent of my hand
I lost to 4 of a kind 3 full houses miracle gut shot draws on and on and on

That’s poker, but when you play solid ABC poker playing good starting hands
Looking for danger on flops




Blogger DuggleBogey said...

When can we expect this post to be translated into english?

7:04 AM  
Blogger Drizztdj said...

Translated for DB:

Bad beats bad.
Had to reload.
Going to continue the grind.

10:16 AM  
Blogger Greg said...

Hey fellow poker blogger,
I play mostly online and I play almost every night so I know what you mean about when it goes bad. It seems to me that it comes in waves. Like you, I hadn't made a deposit since February and I had been doing pretty good then all of a sudden about two weeks ago the bottom fell out. I just couldn't cash in a tourney. No matter how well I played, I got beat. I had to re-deposit (one week after Poker Stars deposit bonus expired! D'oh!). But since then it has started to get better. Hang in there and keep playing your cards smart and you'll rebound! See ya at the tables!

1:42 PM  

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