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Moving up

By: Jonny9691 @ 16:43 (EDT) / 264 / Comment ( 0 )

I have been playing Poker recreationaly since 2007, thinking I could play (which of cause I couldn't) :-?
So I realised that I needed to try harder, I started a new regeme of 25c/45 in febuary 2012
Then I discovered that I had been ignoring PSO emails because I did'nt know what it was :roll:
So since discovering PSO I have really turned a corner, The video section is invaluable and the live training and forums are excellent, just by being part of it, your game starts to improve.
I have been slowly raising my meager bankroll, and am looking to step up to $1/45

It has been suggested that I try the cowboy challenge, but I know that I won't be able to put the time in in August,
so I'm going to use a bankroll of $25 and just see how it goes with the $1's If I loose this I will drop back down to 25c. I normally play blocks of 4 tourns, so Ill blog my progress.

Thanks to the Trainers, people I'v met in training and the forums, everyone has been very helpfull :-D

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