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Grinding away with chip, chair.... and hopefully + ROI

/Jan/2011

Cards turning.... and ATM donk's appreciated too

By: JWK24 @ 14:00 (EST) / 287 / Comment ( 0 )
Lost in an omaha h/l tourney today (lost with 2nd nut hi and 2nd nut low to only 1 other player).  Congrats to Eric for winning 2 in a row of those.  I got 2nd in one, but lost the next one.

PSO:  2 for 2 cashing yesterday.  Best hand was appreciating the two people that pushed my BB (with absolutely nothing) when I was holding a couple of bullets :mrgreen: .  The other one, got a couple good hands and was able to milk it by getting a couple sets of blinds to be able to be ITM.

ring:  got my 20VPP's already, as I played a couple 1/2 cent NL tables..... and made $4 in the process.  It's amazing what people will play in those.  It's worse than the first two levels of an MTT.  All you need is 1 nut hand and you're golden to be positive $$ if you can find the right tables. 
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