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/Jan/2013

Dive's Goal(s)

By: DiveAllIn @ 13:04 (EST) / 74 / Comment ( 0 )

Hi All


My goal for this year is:-

(1) not too bust my current roll therefore trying not to reload for the year

(2) During course of year not too move down in status and hopefully move up. (this was due to mainly work commitments but also some laziness on my part as I could have put in the extra time to maintain or move up levels).

 

I have come up with these goals because obviously in the past I have busted my roll due to poor BR management. (As well as some spazz while playing not much but some). As I am working I have a poor attitude I can always reload so thats stop now!!!. 

This means I have set out strict BR guidelines for the various games I play, and I will be using the hand anaylsis forums far more frequently to dissect some of those hands.

 

GL to everyone else on achieving their goals and wih me luck and some more discipline.

 

 

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