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/Jan/2011

Time for a comeback

By: JazzyBrass @ 12:53 (EST) / 178 / Comment ( 0 )
Well here it is the 28th of January, almost the end of the month, and everyone is gunning to boost their score up for the PSO.  I'm included in the big race.  I've been having some sour luck the past 5 days apparently since I'm now ranked 434 and I was 140 at best with a score of 1833.  For the most part I avoid playing PSO tourneys yesterday since I am in a small slump.  Today I hope to look for a fresh start and jump up into at least the top 200 for the month if not better.  I think it's very possible if I stay in the right mood of wanting to play poker which is when I play my best.   

Just two or three big tourneys and I'll be in business.  My read has been awesome lately, I just need the cards to fall for me once all the chips have been put in so I don't get donked and knocked out early.  Or maybe I'll just have to fold my Aces, Kings and Queens pre flop since I can't win with big pocket pairs apparently......
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