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Grinding out of the microstakes

My journey from being a losing 1/2c player
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/Feb/2012

11 wins out of 12 isnt bad :)

By: Dany Boy NZ @ 07:25 (EST) / 372 / Comment ( 2 )
I just finished a little session of Heads up hyper turbos $3.5 buyin.
I won 11 straight and then lost my last one :)
This all took about an hour and a half and so is quite a nice hourly rate :) .
Afew updates about my bankroll while im here.
After my recent final table i posted about being up to 300, i cashed out abit and left my self with a nice 150 to build back up with :)
After afew small winning sessions and this recent one i am now back up too 200 just 2 or 3 days later :) . i hope this spree continues and that i also regain my desire to play quality mtt poker as to night i played rubbish.
I am planing to satalite into the sunday million 6th anniversary soon, 1million dollars for first place is just so amazing, obviously that is life changing money especially for a 19 year old student :) . If i get in it would be myfirst big tournament. What a day it would be if i could run deep and maybe even win :)
Neway ill keep u updated
Good Luck at the tables

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