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/Sep/2010

Sept 18th and in 12th place

By: JjeSterSharK @ 10:10 (EDT) / 292 / Comment ( 0 )
I just looked back at my last blog posts i did at the end of last month....and how easy i thought it would be to get to 1800 / 1900 ....haha was i sadly mistaken, you think its easy when u gain 30 points for making payout but all that changes at 1780 and above...points get harder to obtain and easier to lose... Its been a struggle to get this far and i am happy with how far ive come so far...but man the pressures on when your this high up on the leaderboard...one mistake drops u 10 places and its that much harder to get those points back...u have one bad day and your off the top 50. I have to say im really impressed with some of the players here at PSO that can consistantly gain points every day, and make it that much harder on me to break top 10 :) ....well i guess we will see what happens the rest of the month...
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