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Is it bad etiqutte for the whole table to agree to let someone blind out?
There is probably no wrong or right answer to this just wondered what the general opinion is. To set the scene. I was just playing in a tourney where we got down to the final 6 and 5 paid. The chip ...
Jan 13 '13 at 23:52
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