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    was riess the beast lucky last night?

    I thought Farber played really well and Reiss caught all the cards..

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    the bluff that farber put in with 6 5 was awesome...reiss was lucky to get a break in all the hands

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    though i believe reiss experience being a pro helped him deal better with the situation

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    riess played good and got lucky. farber played awful and ran bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lorenz0wns View Post
    riess played good and got lucky. farber played awful and ran bad.
    I believe that if Farber shoved those 5's, he would have won the whole thing.

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    Still hasnt been on here in Uk cant wait to see

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    When you getting the cards it's tough to beat that. I think that Farber got off track a few times and Riess took advantage of that.

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    He sure was... good job

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    It was really clear that the experience was an important factor in this heads-up. Riess did get lucky more than Farber, but Riess also outplayed Farber in many hands

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    so am i getting this right? Lucky is = outplaying nowadays? and most play to get lucky..
    Failing to Prepare is Preparing to fail : John Wooden

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