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The winds and grinds of it: A brief history of the long grind

/Mar/2012

Part 2: A quick climb

By: LooseLadSaj @ 15:00 (EST) / 141 / Comment ( 0 )
Welcome back.

After a slow grind of mainly $7 HU games i reached about $60 dollars in my account. After getting a bit bored in the day I turned on to the regular tourney page on pstars. I found that a HU tourney was starting soon. I entered and won 8 games in a row to finish in 2nd place.
This won me $254 a great profit. With the big Sunday Million coming up I set out to qualify, after a few double shootouts where I cashed but didn't get the tickets. Finally i qualified in a $15 Hyper-Turbo. After some consideration i cashed in the $215 for tourney tickets. This has enabled me to play the Big 55 tourney and a qualifier to UKIPT Notts as we speak.

Good night and good luck
LooseLadSaj
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