Originally Posted by awmm1983
At first i was going to point out how dishonest a game poker is , however, i agree he should have spoke up. I know a lot of money and time and effort goes into learning the game et cetera but it is still a game and you shouldn't sell your soul just to win a game. Not that you should sell your soul for something else.
This is not a dig at the poster as they clearly feel ashamed of this . Sometimes we let ourself down.
I guess I was afraid to speak up because I was afraid I might get falsely accused of colluding. Even though I won the hand legitimately where my range of possibly being ahead of still quite high because villain can also be overplaying his top pair as he did, I was afraid I would have to give up my winnings just over two morons speaking their hole cards regardless of my pocket Aces.
One thing that really made me crack up inside my mind was, when I was listening to their conversation after flop has come out, the guy regretted not calling my reraise of $15 with T6s. He was telling his friend "aah s***. I had a ten. I had T6 same suit. I should've called. It was suited too. I had a feeling I would get something great. I would've won so much money. Look at these guys betting out hard. blah blah blah" While the other guy says "if you feel it, you gotta get in. you just gotta feel it with the deck. Gotta play with the spirit(ki) and feel it with your heart." HAHAHAHAHAHAHA wtf?
I never heard such result-oriented statements. Maybe this is why no Koreans from Korea have ever won any type of wsop
, wpt, etc events. They should just stick to Hanafuda cards and play Go Stop. I'm not talking about Koreans from the US. Chino Rheem and Joseph Cheong are good players that I like.