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/Jun/27

PSO - Series of Poker Tournament 2.0

By: Jamoe17 @ 01:57 (EDT) / 440 / Comment ( 4 )

Have definitely played most of these tournaments well and have went deep in most of them. Haven't played them all but have tried to enter as many as possible. After winning the 1st tournament of this series I have craved to win another one all month. Came in a close 2nd 2 times in the past couple days which was nice to give me some spin and go cash, but would have loved to get that numba one stunna again. 

I wish there was a leaderboard for this and you could get prizes for top points or something like that. Would be really cool to have a side deal for this. Anyways, It was a great promotion Pokerschool/Pokerstars and I cannot wait until next year for these. Keep up the good work and keeping it diversified for all the players.

 

Keep the cards flowing and take care everyone who participated.

 

JJ

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