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/Sep/2010

Less blogging, more playing ;)

By: DoomedXXX @ 17:00 (EDT) / 185 / Comment ( 0 )
After I decided to go back to basic bankroll management, and quit big buy ins, overplayed myself a bit. Lost couple of times, but made a progress on PSO league from 8000th to under 7000th ;) Decided also to quit double or nothing and started practising deep runs ;) I've made a deacent one today : PokerStars Tournament #332010425, No Limit Hold'em Buy-In: $5.00/$0.50 USD 4816 players Total Prize Pool: $24080.00 USD Tournament started 2010/09/24 19:00:00 CET [2010/09/24 13:00:00 ET] Dear DoomedXXX, You finished the tournament in 329th place. A USD 10.59 award has been credited to your Real Money account. One deep run three days ago: PokerStars Tournament #311041394, No Limit Hold'em Freeroll 681 players €200.00 EUR added to the prize pool by PokerStars Total Prize Pool: €200.00 EUR Tournament started 2010/09/21 19:00:00 CET [2010/09/21 13:00:00 ET] Dear DoomedXXX, You finished the tournament in 6th place. A EUR 8.00 award has been credited to your Real Money account. Congratulations! Thank you for participating
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