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2NL (6-max) grind. The Goal is to atcheve 50 stack.
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/Feb/2015

Joseph Carlino (Day3)

By: Desp1cable @ 17:09 (EST) / 217 / Comment ( 0 )

Hi guys!

 

It's day 3 of my challenge and it's going pretty smooth so far. Today I have played a littel les that an hour and managed to get 3 stacks. Here is the graph:

 

And honestly today session was not that bad. But most of the profit came from the bluff caching spots and there was one coller that I played strangely. Should have been more aggressive with the play:

In general rest of the hands were pretty standard and i don't see the purpose of going thru the basics.

Instead I want to mention Joseph Carlino from the EPT. Today's broadcast was a great success. What a caracter indeed, saved my day. )

Tomorrow will be weekends and I'm not sure if I will be playing cash tables. Maybe will run some tournaments but that won't be a part of the challenge. So after three days my results are very promising:

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