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/Aug/2010

Spiral into the Abyss

By: MarkedCard68 @ 14:41 (EDT) / 175 / Comment ( 0 )
So yesterday I could not win. I played well. I kept my head.Quit when I didn't have the fight in me anymore. It just wasn't meant to be. 4th place in two sit n gos. 6th place in a double or nothing. AA vs KK with third king on the turn. So on and so forth. If I did anything wrong it was that I went from $5 trnys to 10$ trnys trying to make up for losses. Something I know your not suppose to do. So my limited bank roll took a hit. More than it should have because of my lack of bank roll discipline. I played one PSO trny and made 80th out of 1100. That I was pleased with. I fell out there because I just pushed to hard and should have let go of a hand and didn't. I really need to figure out my end game after the bubble bursts. It's not that I can't finish but I feel there is a shift in play that I am not fully comprehending. Chasing the Dream
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