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/Nov/2010

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By: FoX RiDeR259 @ 14:49 (EST) / 140 / Comment ( 0 )

first of all this is my first post, so i really dont know what to do. im just going to jot down a few things that have been going on since i deposited more money on pokerstars. recently me and my buddy have been splitting a bank roll of 100$. and so far we have managed by play $6.50 single table turbos with an occasonial small multi table. today i havent really played much, like 5-6 single tables and 3$ rebuy 2x turbo multi table. tonight i either plan on playing 25-30 sit n gos or go to simenole hardrock casino and play some 1-3 live action. if i do decide to go to the casino, my partner said he would stake me for half for what i buy in for, which is probably going to be $100/$200.

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