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/Aug/2010

Back on the grind

By: 89yota @ 14:18 (EDT) / 160 / Comment ( 0 )
August 24th, 2010 Well starting the grind to build my bankroll up again mostly playing freerolls and a few MTT on Tilt and Carbon. This year has been a roller coaster for me being a Part time player until last year due to the economy making me a full time player. I joined a promo threw Bluff magazine for CARBON and it was Ok it really helped me build from nothing with freerolls daily. I managed to turn a nice profit so far this year but funds are low and will be stepping down in stakes some and hoping to build back bankroll to finish out 2010 with a bang. To all the fellow poker players out there keep striving to improve and learning the game and GOOD things are bound to come to you. Good luck on the felt......SEE ev1 at the tables 89yota 89yotastacked
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