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april 18 update to my 10K challenge

By: MacChamp01 @ 14:03 (EDT) / 161 / Comment ( 0 )

i've been playing for now over 4 weeks  and now i can say im on even point. I 'm back to start at 1K but as a surprise last night i got 2nd place in the HOT $5.50   so i added on $1730 more to my bankroll so i will be adjusting my games accordingly  WHOOT  this is going great !!!!!! 

I"ve  been tightening my cash game to a point were there are much less errors. By doing this i'm giving myself an edge that i feel confortable with. Confidence is building along with the sensation of mastering the microstakes games. Im studing and working on the game at least 1 hr a day. if i feel dominated on the table i easily know now when to change and how to find a table where the quality of play is easier to handle. I'm not a top player but i can handle better then average players for now....

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