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/Jul/2012

Stepping up to $1/45man

By: Jonny9691 @ 06:38 (EDT) / 314 / Comment ( 3 )

played another 4 tourns the other night, didn't go well !
I cant remember If I was happy with my game or not, after going out 12th QQ<1010 I forgot all about the session,
But played another 4 today, although one was a 25c (tables were filling slowly)
and felt ok,
I have been trying to range players better and  target bad players for value, Im still finding It hard work though!
But more than happy with a 2nd, 5th out of three :wink:
 I made a bad play in the 2nd place tourn and got lucky, Idont mind sucking out but I wasen't paying attention and really deserverd to loose this pot, to finish this one I was really unlucky to go out with AK twice in the last 3 hands AK<55 (I hit an A on the flop he rivered his 2 outer) and AK In the 5th place finish I tried to own a terrible player just to get owned by him and become desperately short :cry:

played 36
cashes = 6th,6th,6th,5th,5th,3rd,2nd
total -$5.74

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