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/Nov/2012

Good Start to November

By: GarethC23 @ 01:26 (EST) / 808 / Comment ( 1 )

Hey PSO!

 

Long time no blog. 

 

This weekend I challenged myself to play 10k hands every day of friday, saturday, and sunday. I mixed in 2 FR zoom tables with my usual 4 6max tables. Also I cut out some distractions like signing out of Skype while I was playing hands, which I think really helped. Bad habits! Finally I decided to play 25nl if I was going to 6 table zoom since I normally 4 table for the most part. 

 

Well here are the results from Thursday Nov 1st to Sunday Nov 4th. Lots of hands

 

 

 

Win rates are pretty comparable at FR and 6m so far. I think I am going to keep up with 6 tabling. But the games aren't so good during the week so I am probably going to not put anymore 10k hand days in until next friday 

Looking to build on this! 

Gareth

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