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/Oct/2011

Stepping down.

By: Grade b @ 17:01 (EDT) / 441 / Comment ( 0 )


Hi All,

Seems a long time since my last post.


 After doing the $1.50 challenge i moved up to
3.50's and felt i was playing well. but last week hit a bad patch and crushed
my (very limited bank roll.). Yes it felt like bad luck, and a lot were KK v's
AA not a lot i was could do there, but also I picked some bad steal spots and
got called ending the tourney there.




So i have stepped down to tune up my game again, and it's fun to be winning. I
am currently trying to complete 19Honu62's Challenge (see Forum) and complete
100 25 cent 45 mans, now I have done about 65 and half of them are 90 mans. I'm
up $8.62 which is nice.




I don't know why but i have only cashed in 2 of the 45 mans the rest has all
been 90 mans, it should be the other way around I think but that's life.




I will put an update when I finish should be next weekend.




Till then Good luck on the tables,


 

Grade b
 







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