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/Oct/2015

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By: 2KF1 Peanut @ 13:18 (EDT) / 123 / Comment ( 1 )

Hello again 

So yesterday I got myself a ticket for the $300 000 tournament on pokerstars, and if you didn't know already, I'm in Australia. As of writing this, it's 3:40am, but I couldn't pass the opportunity to be involved in such tournament.

Anyone can guess I'm probably not going to make it all the way to, say, the top 1000 - and I'm not expecting it. From my point of view, chasing long term goals changes what you would normally do. In example, I might play incredibly tight because I want to get to the top 1000, which may or may not be the way I tend to play.

Only a short post for now, I'll add something later to let you all know how I went, and maybe add a couple of hand replays too.

Cheers!

Peanut

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