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  • What the hell is going on?

    How is it possible that I go through entire tournaments without getting even one decent hand? I don't mean one in five tournaments I mean 99% of them, wtf is going on?

  • #2
    It's called a cold spell. Sometimes you have to accumulate chips without cards.
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    • #3
      this happened to me in a tourney like 2 day's ago. i was litterally card dead.

      large multi table tournament. 3k entrants 3XX places paid. i literally stole or bluffed every chip i made. i got knocked out about 100 before the money. but there are way's of getting around being card dead.

      a good bit of floating and lots of blind stealing.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by TheLangolier View Post
        It's called a cold spell. Sometimes you have to accumulate chips without cards.

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        Making something out of Nothing is the biggest difference between Final Table or looking for the next game to play
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        • #5
          Play long enough and you'll experience it. Mine came about a month ago. Went over 200 hands over a five-game streak where I got blinded out every game. It happens. When it does, you have to endure and just plug onward.

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