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/Jul/2010

Starting out

By: KrazyKrakka1 @ 12:42 (EDT) / 191 / Comment ( 0 )
Just started poker school a few days ago and I think I can complete it soon. I am planning to play in some local tournaments around my area and then hopefully have a bank roll for the WSOP. Or at least to be able to pay off school and living for my self. Currently I work at a grocery store so anything would be much better than that. Although I am great full to still have a job which unfortunately is better than some people. Once I make it to the big leagues I will also do my best to help out others. As for the school though I have completed the first quiz with a 68 score. I will keep stats on my progress and maybe an occasional trip report just hopefully you all mind my writing style. I am not the best writer out there but I have a lot to say.
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