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/Aug/2010

Bad Poker Day

By: Cola Angel @ 00:33 (EDT) / 253 / Comment ( 0 )
I just started playing poker Aug 1st, I started with free poker and found this site which I love. Here I found the school and started learning poker. I like to learn things and get some knowledge before I start, so the school is great. Yesterday was my first PSO league tournament and I made it all the way to 43rd, I think I did pretty good and got .04 cents. :) Today was another story made two mistakes (yes, I knew better) ok, I just got tired of folding so I bet on two starter hands, they really weren't to bad (the last one was an A and a 7) but I knew to fold that early in the game. So today because of being impatient I ended 726th. Not sure how my league rank will go now but lesson learned. Be patient till I get to the paying levels.
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