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well this is going to be a wait and see.

By: Joe Dawg 57 @ 16:57 (EST) / 49 / Comment ( 0 )

I've managed to post plus points this month, however the patience i got hammered into me, category of starting hands, position, other players is going out the door. As fast as sitting out eats your chips, the short starting stack and quick blinds result in there is no longer the capability of waiting for playable hands, the blinds WILL eat your stack The only way i made the few points i have is by extremely loosing up my hand selection, I'm almost playing bingo out of sheer necessity i wish the blinds were a little longer, say 15 mins. and with this many players maybe a little deeper stack. as it is one bad flop and essentially youre done!! you will then be reduced to playing any two bingo yep a lot of skill is going to be developed!!   Oh well

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