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

/Dec/2010

Guess it had to happen sooner or later

By: JWK24 @ 21:27 (EST) / 347 / Comment ( 0 )
had my first negative day when playing more than 3 tournies.  Kept getting cards you need to see flops with and couldn't connect at all (and the ones I did hit a piece of, I always ended up 2nd best). 
Back to the drawing board.  Keep playing the correct way and it'll turn... make sure to get my chips in, while I've got the best hands. 
I've had a bad week (not all in one day) every month for the last few but were normally at the end of the month, where you lose more points.  Get it out of the way early this time and make a serious run at the top 10 is the plan.  Especially since even with the bad day, I'm still in the top 200.  Lots of time and lots of cards yet to play this month.
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