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Grinding out of the microstakes

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

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By: Dany Boy NZ @ 05:37 (EST) / 219 / Comment ( 1 )

2 final tables made and 2 victorys for me in the 45 man sitngos now. Im not sure but it may even be 2 played and 2 won cos i cant remember getting kod out of ne and when i looked on official poker rankings it didnt show ne others :)
Quite please with my self to b honest as i have dominated both final tables but its not all skill i have also got my chips in pretty bad on several occasions but i dnt think i was ever the shorter stak so i would have had some chips left.
I have now passed the 20$ mark in my bankroll building adventure so i think its time for some new rules but im not sure what i should make them. Ne suggestions?

 

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