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/Jul/2010

My First Ever Royal Flush

By: BlameTheBird @ 23:49 (EDT) / 200 / Comment ( 0 )
Ok. Learning how to get past the mayhem of the early game. It seems like if you just be real patient, you can survive. Hit my first ever royal flush tonight. Had it work for me, as I doubled up late in the game. Ended up going out in 24th place when a 6,7 os chased my betting on my KQ to the river and ended up hitting a 6 for a pair. Oh well. Really having fun in these PSO tournaments. The 17.5k monthly prize payout looks interesting also. See everyone at the tables.
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