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/Mar/2014

Long day

By: JANE HONDA @ 16:59 (EST) / 222 / Comment ( 1 )

My longest days are those that I'm losing and trying to get back to even. Which is really bad, but it's what I do.

 

I was hesitent to start playing all day actually, since I was happy about having 5 winning days in a row. So today I broke that little steak, but that's okay.

NL25 still feels a bit tricky. I'll be happy once I start taking back all the money I've donated on that limit, haha. Also, it's cool to see some NL10 faces on that limit. People are moving forward, and so should I.

VPP-wise I'm kicking ass. By this rate I'll get my gold status in a week. And then I'll buy that tasty $75 bonus.

Yeah.. I hope this blog isn't very boring. Thanks for stopping by.

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