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/Dec/2010

The Grind

By: MikeGunn @ 11:49 (EST) / 167 / Comment ( 1 )
Been playing off and on for the past week was up to 15 at one time then went out of my bankroll down to 3.90 now. Why I rush myself for quick money is beyond me Im gonna try to keep playing the micros n build but has anyone realized how hard it is not to go to a higher game when you get on a roll? If there is a way to help this let me know via this site or e-mail or somthing. I have also noticed a little trend on pokerstars putting alot of volume in that some hands seem set up that would only happen online hitting the right outs they need or set up on the flop that they have to call the ss all in and hit there miracle card on the river I mean yes that is poker just seems to happen more online then in real life mind you I have watched some sick beats online. Just look at this years wsop main event with mizrachi full house over full house. Like they say you can go on tilt in a heart beat with the suckouts that you see playing. But they say you remember the ones you get then the ones you give which is so true see you at the felt .

Bankroll Update 3.90
down - 1.25 in a week hopefully on a positive note next time I wrght a blog ..
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