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Crazy Days

By: Frost Walker @ 15:44 (EDT) / 1 / Comment ( 0 )

What the hell happened? I'm away for a few months and the poker world goes to hell? I can't leave you alone for a few days?

I'm back to make another go at it, I'll see what how much I can peel off before I go back to school in the fall.
I have been studing, read the super system I & II again... Ace on the River, though I'm not sure how much it helped my game it was a great read though. I have started playing cash games at the local casino, I am in Canada, we roll deep up north. My online game has room to improve but at least with the help of Mike Caro's book my live game is alot better, it's surprising how much it helped...
My live roll is still light, I like to think of it as training wheels before I make a run of the C.P.T. though.

I still can't believe the Americans are out of it, so much money lost, they supplied alot of the guppies I needed to thrive, there are less fish out in that great blue sea...

See you on the river.

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