Poker Lessons I Must Learn

Give up middle pairs when they are beat.
Give up middle pairs when they are beat.
Give up middle pairs when they are beat.
Give up middle pairs when they are beat.
Give up middle pairs when they are beat.
Give up middle pairs when they are beat.
Give up middle pairs when they are beat.
Give up middle pairs when they are beat.

4 comments on “Poker Lessons I Must Learn

  1. “Tight like TJ.”

    My favorite Cloutier-ism: “I just started with a little pair – queens.”

  2. “Tight like TJ.”

    My favorite Cloutier-ism: “I just started with a little pair – queens.”

  3. I’m telling you, three times last night, I got beat by a bigger set, one that I KNEW the other guy held. I just couldn’t convince myself to let go of my pretty little set.

    One of the most frustrating yet interesting aspects of my game (and maybe everyone else’s who likes to gamble) is when I know (KNOW!!!) I’m probably beat, I don’t want to get bluffed off a big hand so I stick around.

    Gah.

  4. I’m telling you, three times last night, I got beat by a bigger set, one that I KNEW the other guy held. I just couldn’t convince myself to let go of my pretty little set.

    One of the most frustrating yet interesting aspects of my game (and maybe everyone else’s who likes to gamble) is when I know (KNOW!!!) I’m probably beat, I don’t want to get bluffed off a big hand so I stick around.

    Gah.

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