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Staying Sharp

By: MarkedCard68 @ 13:37 (EST) / 188 / Comment ( 0 )
Those of you who know me will have noticed my absence for the last month. Been stuck at the Mayo clinic in Arizona with my brother as he has some health issues investigated by experts.

I play when I can on a laptop in the hotel room. First thing I notice is that my game is not as sharp as it was a month ago. It would seem that if I don't play a little every night then my mind has a hard time getting into the proper head space.

Course it could be the stress of this trip as well. WSOP 2011 is starting to look further and further away as real life seems to keep pushing it away. At this rate its going to take a win in one of the bigger online tournaments to fund this adventure. 

I do keep tabs on you all from time to time. Hope to catch you on the tables soon.
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