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By: BDG91
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/Aug/2013

finding my game

By: BDG91 @ 04:55 (EDT) / 61 / Comment ( 1 )

So I started on sit and go 25 cent with my $15 deposit because I got to see more hands with less money and the most I could lose was 25 cent about 3 weeks later with no real idea of the of basics other then hand ranking I made my first final table as I continued to place and win turning 15 in to 20 I moved up to 1.50 6 max turbo and lost it in a week or less now after 6 months of 10 15 dollar deposits wen I can afford it I have read 3 books most of what pso have to offer atm and watch what I can find on youtube I no play 2/5 cent and 5/10 with a bank roll of just under 100 to date I play free rolls and and the 9 man sit and go to win a ticket to the bigs I like both sides cash and tournaments I class myself as a poor play and really enjoy the challenge of improving and trying to find my weakness till next time

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