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/Jan/2012

And the drought is broken..

By: Austerror @ 06:24 (EST) / 375 / Comment ( 0 )

Hello agian, 

Since my last blog ive been playing 3-4 $1.50 90man KO SNG's a day and to put it bluntly I've sucked.. Through a combination of bad luck, being card dead and just being frustrated and making the wrong move at the wrong time its taken me 19 tries to break through the bubble, although only for a min cash its still a step forward.

So hopefully this marks the turn in my luck and i have a more solid placings in these in the days to come..

This is the hand i got knocked out on, i think its a bit of an interesting situation, but feel free to comment with ur thoughts on my play. as a note i was aware that the bubble had burst and that i was ITM before commiting myself to the pot.



until next time..

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