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/Nov/2010

Introduction

By: FOLD OR L0SE @ 19:11 (EST) / 228 / Comment ( 0 )
Hi and welcome to my Blog :-)

Grinder from UK trying to make my mark on the PSO, which up till now no British player has done.
Was introduced to Poker approx four years ago, played many a hours on the free trials(play chips). I started off online playing play chips soon as i picked up the game I moved over to live poker in the local casinos. Now I want to be able to play both online & live. Although I my stats show I am struggling online with losses of nearly 2k US dollers trying to beat cash games on Poker Stars. May be I should just stick to tournaments? Having had deep runs in the 7.5k gtd. & the Stars $3 rebuy 60k gtd.

The first month I played the PSO back in July2010 I managed to cash $3 from playing a total 12 tournaments in the month :-) since then it has been down hill with very poor performances and to many minus points :-(

November 2010.....watch this space

GL @ the tables Ladies & Gents
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