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/Jan/2011

New job, better poker?

By: Blather @ 15:40 (EST) / 304 / Comment ( 0 )
Long time since last entry (november of 2010).  Did get a new part-time job at the gym.  Just checking gym members into the club, etc...

Poker seems to have gotten better.  Running a bit better anyway.  Even today I cashed in 4 of 5 tournies of 1000, 500, 180,180, and 90 players.  the cashes weren't  huge but did win about  $50 overall which isn't bad for $4-$8 buyins.

Cashed for the first time in the $8 10:30 am , 500 player max  tourney - although barely-for $20.  It felt good regardless since I have played in it at least 10 times.  Also min-cashed in two 180 sngs for $8.65 on $4 entry.  And cashed for $32 in a $6 bounty sng of 90 runners finishing 5th of 90.

Maybe having a new job takes a bit of pressure from actually trying to make money at the tables.  More later.....
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