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by Bart Hanson |  Published: Feb 15, 2017


January 9 — Don’t Get Upset If You Make The Right Fold Preflop And Then Happen To Flop The Nuts I was watching an old World Series of Poker episode from 2005 the other night and saw Scott Lazar appear to fall apart after he folded A-5 offsuit preflop from the blind. The board ended up coming out with three aces in it making him quads. He then burned off the rest of his chips with K-9 suited and then Q-10 offsuit, all-in preflop. In his post-bustout interview he said that the would-be quads hand put him on tilt. I have always had the luxury of having decent mental game. I never get too upset over getting bad beats and I realize that I cannot control the way the cards come out. Last week I was playing in a $5-$10 no-limit hold’em game and something happened that made me take ...

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