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/Jun/2014

Having Trouble

By: 1jhelmer @ 00:58 (EDT) / 235 / Comment ( 1 )

I played in freeroles for so long, I keep running into trouble now that I am playing for a little bit of money!  I seem to forget to seperate the two,  However when I do,  I do alright!  My question to anyone is there a quick fix for this or will I figure things out after I have spent a fair share of Money?  I don"t want to stop playing in the freeroles and I like the money system as you don"t see as many all in moves with week hands!  is there a cure for this I have only been playing for money about 2 and a half weeks and have to say unless I am ready to commit 3 plus hours I feel like it:s a freerole and I get careless!  I have spent a few dollars now and I am just wondering if I should just stop the freeroles for awhile or what?  Any answers?  I would love to get some solid advice!

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