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/Dec/2010

If I Knew Now What I Knew Then

By: HurtToSit @ 14:41 (EST) / 1 / Comment ( 2 )

Then I wouldn't be down $200.  During the PCA event I've had success in the .50 cent SNG's holding 90 with top 18 getting paid.  Yes, I know it's a cheapo game but without another deposit I was chipping away enough money to jump back into the $5 SNG's with 27 top 5 get paid.  Only problem was a $20 deposit that was credited me but wasn't withdrawn.  So at -$18 my hopes lie in the PCA, NAPT free, and the PSO.  I am determined to not deposit again but hard to stick to that.  Easier when there isn't any money to deposit.  With a negative bankroll to see the .10 cent tourneys go by stings a bit.  I am hopeful I can climb out of  the swamp to fulfill my dreams.  

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