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Haven't been keeping up my blog

By: Jeff85257 @ 00:22 (EDT) / 418 / Comment ( 0 )
But an update... I've been playing regularly at lower level dollar tournaments at Fulltilt in addition to the many PSO tourneys. Won quite a few that have not been posted in the forums or here in the blog. Was real proud of a Razz win on FT. First time I'd won in that game. But the big win for me was the Caesars Palace Las Vegas Omaha Hi Lo tournament which I chopped up with 8 others for a total of $4000. (I posted this in forum a few weeks ago) Now I'm using SP's for a tournament in California $545 buyin Omaha Hi/Lo at the Bicycle club. That is August 12. I'm also planning their $330 Omaha Hi/Lo tourney August 4 and a bunch of PSO events in Las Vegas. Lucky for me I had some excess vacation to take and the dates seem to work out real well with family life. (Everybody in the family are busy those dates also with various things.) So its a rush of live tourneys. Should be fun! Jeff
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