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/Jan/2015

Learning Curve

By: GlasgowAce @ 21:12 (EST) / 246 / Comment ( 3 )

Hey Guys,

So far ive managed to lose all my bankroll! Although tomorrow i will attend a live training session thus giving me my final $2 bankroll builder. 

I know i lost my money because i was playing too loose probably because i had won and felt invincible to be honest. At least i know what im doing wrong i suppose?

On another note, i registered for a 8 game freeroll earlier and wow! Every game i was playing except holdem i was learning on the spot and to be honest im rather proud of myself as out of a starting field of 2300 odd i just finished 211th! Getting knocked out on a pot limit omaha game with trip 9's vs the villians trip K's. 

All in all i  feel my game is progressing and i am still learning at a steady rate!

Until next time cheers guys!

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