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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.

I understand completely and that's why I put in the big disclaimer. It's one thing to sit here and comment on hands and if we could all walk away from these discussions with lessons really learned, it would be great. But I think you have to either put in a big buy-in, or travel a distance to a tourney to really understand it's all over quickly with one mistake. That is what makes a pro, a pro. She's been there, done that many times and plays like it doesn't matter. Easy to talk about, hard to do.

That's why I've started playing a lot more *live* tournaments. It's the best way to get experience.

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