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By: GlasgowAce @ 11:32 (EST) / 251 / Comment ( 6 )

 Back again guys, so I know in my last post we had a conversation about staying in the micros and grinding mulitple tables instead of moving up. Now me being me I decided to try the high levels anyway.... and my profits have skyrocketed. 

This graph shows my profit/loss since i started saving my hand history ( I didnt know i wasnt saving it until I installed pokertracker) and you can see exactly where i moved up to 10NL. I think in the micros there are just too many people calling and shoving with nothing hoping to get lucky, now dont get me wrong in 10NL they are still around, just far less of them allowing me to play poker confidently. All in all pokers going well and im grinding away with my bankroll now into 3 figures!!

I've also stopped playing any SnG's or tourneys for the moment until I am comfortable that i have learned enough about that play style.


See you all next time! 


Good luck at the tables guys!!


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