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

/Jan/2011

First step accomplished!

By: JWK24 @ 15:45 (EST) / 2 / Comment ( 0 )
Due to a number of things I learned playing the PSO skill league games (along with what I knew before), I just hit a very significant number according to OPR.... breakeven.

When I started playing the PSO games, according to OPR, I had a -12% ROI but now have that number back to even. 

Next step:  keep building it and get it into the black for good.

I've also got my ring game overall numbers in the black too, although with the bad run of luck I've had this month at omaha 8... that one may be in jeopardy of going negative for a bit.  Need to work on it and get it back to a high enough number that I don't ever have to worry about it going into the red.
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