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/Oct/2010

Blather from Blather

By: Blather @ 23:08 (EDT) / 282 / Comment ( 0 )
10/07/10 Ok, so I am starting to blog somewhat about poker. Don't know if this will be beneficial or not, but maybe some fun will ensue! Seems like a small candy store has opened in the past week. In other words, the tables have been treating me well. But I made a change that may have affected my latest nice numbers - I am playing many more SNG's. SNG's sit -n-gos, have players numbering from 9 to 180. I have been at the 27, 45, 90 and 180 player tables. And these or not turbo. Today I won 2 of the 5 I played. Won $50 while taking down a $5, 27 player SNG and won $183 at a $4, 180 man SNG when I chopped with only two players left at final table. 1st prize could have been $216, but I had to leave the house quickly. So I thank the other player for agreeing to the chop. Four days ago, I won about $134 when taking down a 90 player KO tourney. Had 8 KO's including my own. More later..
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