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Grinding out of the microstakes

My journey from being a losing 1/2c player
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/Oct/2014

Time for a title change.

By: Dany Boy NZ @ 07:40 (EDT) / 272 / Comment ( 0 )

For the last 2 years my blog has been called "grinding out of the micros" but since i made that name back when i had a bankroll somewhere between 0-100 my bankroll has increased to over $3000 due to acouple of recent final tables, im now considering moving into some bigger tournaments online and soon fixing my hud/replacing my computer so i can mass multitable cash games again.

Its safe to say that grinding out of the micros has been a success or is atleast nearing an end and i think its time to step up to 25/50c cash games and 15-25 dollar buyin tournaments on a more consistent bases, its an exciting time a head for Dany Boy NZ

Anyone got a cool suggestion for a new title?

currently thinking somthing like "Time to crush low-medium stakes"

or "Moving out of the micros"

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