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/Feb/2011

going backwards

By: BANKROLLR @ 15:35 (EST) / 212 / Comment ( 0 )
Well, I had a bad week.  After moving up the ranks considerably, I slid back to my old habits, being in a hurry, not paying attention and just plain stupity.  I need to try and concentrate more but I have a lot stress going on around me.  I would hate to have to quit playing to get things taken care of, but it looks like I may have to.  I did learn something, the players calling other players donks are nothing more than donks themselves.  They are trying to point out other who are playing wildly to cover up thier play.   My things is you can call me what you want, you worry about the hands in the past instead of the ones in front of you.  That's ok, you play your hand, I will play mine!!

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