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/Mar/2013

Day 2 - Procrastination on another level

By: F4tMarmot @ 21:12 (EST) / 365 / Comment ( 0 )

Finished up the "poker basics" tutorials and test despite my priority being University work this weekend. Sunday evening will be a long grind but this assesment isn't going to write itself. After sleeping on yesterday's information I felt as though I understood most of it much better. However, i think i need to revise calculating my outs. I'm fairly consistent but anything less than perfect just isn't going to cut it.

My priority for the next 4 days, apart from completing my assesments, is to revise bankroll management thoroughly and more importantly look into building a bankroll from a very small amount. I do have the option to deposit however I would much rather seek an alternative even if it results in a very slow grind to begin with.

 

All this new poker information is very exciting stuff but I must make sure that i'm still hitting the gym regularly and staying on top of my education. Speaking of priorities I shall get back to working and finish the day checking out the free rolls.

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