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/May/2012

Making due with small deposits...

By: DamoDamage93 @ 11:17 (EDT) / 168 / Comment ( 1 )
Due to my lack of any major income for the time (and the forseeable future), i am having to struggle with £20 every few weeks. (Sometimes even less then this with just a measly £10).

I thrive on playing serious poker, as i normally go round the local live poker scene, but due to having such a small budget online leaves me playing against the internet mavericks who seem happy to call all in on a 8/5 then luckily get a stright or double pair against my much higher hand (for example this certain example happend when i had a QQ)

So the moral of this story is that i wished i had a much bigger bank account so i could enter the higher games....oh well on with the freerolls i suppose.
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