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/Nov/2010

Poker waitressing

By: LILZILLA68 @ 18:39 (EST) / 247 / Comment ( 1 )

Greetings all..doing much better this week.. got my rookie ticket by winning my first PokerStars sit n go. I also finished in the top 300 of the Biggame qualifier so now  on to round two! Exciting! My tip on poker waitressing this week is that like waiting tables, poker is a game that sometimes you can put your whole heart and mind and resources into and still it doesn't pay. Other days with a little bit of thought, some solid knowledge of the essentials and some luck and you can make that sucker break out the bills. A waitress is in control of how well she/he serves her tables and consequently how much money she/he goes home with every day..sound familiar? So take control..learn..apply..and see you at the tables. Gotta go my feet are killing me.

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