I am not one to tell bad beat stories. Every professional player knows that winning poker tournaments is a delicate balance between skill and luck. To the railbirds telling their tales of woe, I've said things like, "If the bad players couldn't occasionally get lucky and win, there would be no poker games worth playing," more times than I can count.
I know, intellectually, that winning at poker is about making winning decisions, and that once the chips are in the pot and I'm a statistical ...
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