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Grinding out of the microstakes

My journey from being a losing 1/2c player
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/Feb/2013

Time to build another bankroll

By: Dany Boy NZ @ 01:35 (EST) / 548 / Comment ( 1 )

I have 50 bucks on my account after my recent trial with cashgames, i peaked at about 800 dollars profit from them and then reached a wall, i was playing alot of tables and found it quite boring so after several months of grinding them i cashed out and have decided mtts are the game for me, i use to love them but have kinda forgot how to play them and have lost the patcience and dicipline i once had.

So this is more than just a bankroll bulding journey, this is a rediscovering my game journey, im currently registered in a 90 man 1 dollar sitngo and am hoping to do well in this and get off to a great start in my journy.

Wish Me Luck

Dany Boy NZ

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