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/Aug/2010

5th times a charm.

By: KidKyle1981 @ 18:09 (EDT) / 192 / Comment ( 0 )
Played in my 5th PSO tournament in 2 days and finally cashed. Felt it coming, though. The four I played yesterday I just got further and further in each one. Just about cashed in the 4th one but ran into a cooler. Played really good today and just knew I was going to crack the top 100. Well, I almost did. Finished in 103rd. I like the point system for the PSO. Still feel like I have a huge edge over most of the field in any tournament I play. I just have to couple that with good runs/luck and just score points everytime I play. I was really motivated today to play well in this one due to my bad run in the Weekly Round 2 i played this morning. Dont think I'll be playing anymore PSOs today. Might play one tomorrow night. For sure playing at least 2 Monday.
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