playing on-demand tourneys, if I get sucked out by one player,

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63burner

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I have found when playing on-demand tourneys, if I get sucked out by one player, and fire up another on-demand ten minutes later, I have run into the same player who knocked me out of the earlier tourney. The hard part is not to do an insta-shove on the first hand, take him out, just like he took me out before.
 
otzme

otzme

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It's happened to me once, actually sometimes. Particularly I do not do anything stupid about it, just play my game.
 
xxxREAPERxxx

xxxREAPERxxx

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If you want some get back at that player dont just shove all in at him,make it a point to trap him and beat him by playing right every time you see them.I call them marks and have a special notes sticker on their profiles.
 
Lena M

Lena M

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Hello.
In my opinion, it is more important to focus on your own game and not on your opponents. Try to be as careful as possible and avoid mistakes.
 
zwbb

zwbb

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I have found when playing on-demand tourneys, if I get sucked out by one player, and fire up another on-demand ten minutes later, I have run into the same player who knocked me out of the earlier tourney. The hard part is not to do an insta-shove on the first hand, take him out, just like he took me out before.


Poker is a test of your adequacy, can you evaluate the situation and make a decision here and now, and not retroactively.
To win it is necessary to listen to your 'higher self' and be in harmony with the world around you, only in this case you will be gifted with money and everything else
:)
 
Luvepoker

Luvepoker

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Trying to get even is not the best move to make. Being a smart solid poker player should be your goal. If the opportunity come take him on and take him on but do go looking for it. Over the long term you will win out more against him than he will against you.
 
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