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/Jul/2010

I didnt think I could but I did!

By: Ejizme @ 00:30 (EDT) / 200 / Comment ( 0 )
Yesterday I played alot of tourneys and sngs. 3 of which were the PSOs. I played 2 or 3 tourneys simultaniously and believe it or not did better than normal. I brought my league ranking from 753rd to 154th! Why I did better, playing multiple tables at once? I had to ask myself the same thing, and I think Ive come up with a logical answer. I think I played better because normally if I were to play one tourney at a time, I would either end up playing too many hands, loosing small amounts time and time again OR I would end up bored and make stupid decisions just to see some action. But while I was playing 2 or 3 tourneys at once I didnt get bored, and instead of playing more hands on one table, I spread them out and got to play alot more good hands.
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