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Old Jun 12, 2007, 3:48pm   #8
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Originally Posted by Grisu_1981 View Post
25 in a row? No kidding? Did you start to fold your sets because you lost your "trust" in them? I mean usually when one flops a set one is quite comfortable to have the best hand, but after 25 set over set losses that could certainly change.
No, I continued to play them 'properly' (ie. I put the money in with them on dry boards). I wish I'd been more of a weakling and started folding them in otherwise un-foldable spots, I would have saved a lot of money.

Technically I only lost 22 in a row where I had the lower set (what we usually refer to as set over set). The first three were where I had the higher set and my opponent hit quads on the river.

Oh well, that's all in the past. I broke the streak a few months ago when I won with a set over someone else's set. YAY! It's gone something like 1/1 since then.

The point was that (1) you can't change your play to stop beats or anything, because you're making a mistake if you do, and (2) that one hand is nothing, as is losing in that spot. Try some one-outers on for size.
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Oh, and obviously, TWLLM, we'd all rather you just ruled with an iron fist of nittiness and made all decisions without consultation, but that goes without saying, right?
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