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Bill Day

/Nov/2014

Canada or bluff

By: Luckyday696 @ 21:24 (EST) / 300 / Comment ( 0 )

Now their are two companies that help relocate online poker players one is called Poker Expates, and the other is the much larger one is Poker Refugee's.  I can only think of one way to finance my move to a country that would alow me the freedom to pursue my chosen profession.  I am going to play in freeroll tournaments, then take those winnings and play untill I have won enough to finance my living expenses, and enough of  bankroll to play my way to a career.  My first stop will most likely be Windsor Canada. Then after using youtube and watching telenovellas I will learn to speak and read enough spanish for me to spend six months in one country the move to another untill I find a permenent place to live and work.

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