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As I've said, these are mistakes I've made... calling all my chips away. I will always try to avoid it at all but the early stages of a tournament. You had enough chips to protect and I would have been more aggressive rather than calling.

I couldn't agree more. I was too worried about getting broke down there. Next time it's a different story. I've been there and done that, now it doesn't matter if I bust out on the first day. Next time I play much harder.

BTW, I applied what I learned from the trip to 2 tourney's yesterday. Won the 1st one and finished 6th in the other.

Point is well taken and already in my head. Same issue with the K's. I was just too worried about getting broke with a big stack.

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