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/Oct/2010

Going for a RepeaT

By: JjeSterSharK @ 10:05 (EDT) / 289 / Comment ( 0 )
Well i had a good first day...could of been better but wasnt bad at all.... One thing i know i could of done better was...last game of the night and about 20 ppl left to go till payout and i was stupid enough to push all in with QQ// 3300 chips...even though blinds we 400/800 i thought one steal would put me solid into the payout but after looking at it a little closer i believe i could of got there if i just folded my QQ ...well it turned up he had AK and hit his A on the flop...and screwed myself out of about 15 points... Now i know its early and plenty of games to go, but its just little things like that.......i know i can perfect my game to the point i dont make mistakes like that down the stretch cause those points u miss out on does add up in the long run... Like i said good day but hopefully by the end of today..i'll be sitting top 10, and once i get there....theres no lookin back :D JjeSteRSharK
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