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August Wrap up

By: Morganhell's @ 10:01 (EDT) / 125 / Comment ( 0 )
August wrap up leaves me a bit confused. Last game I played in, I finished in the money and received about 28 points instead of the usual 30 some odd points. This kinda sucks since one point would have moved my ranking 6 points up in the leaderboard and doubled my money. Hell, even half a point would have doubled my league prize. That really sucks. Oh, losing those 30 some odd points from the canceled tournament I did well in sucked as well. On a different note, I did finish ranked 202 out of 9311 players for August. In July I finished ranked 207 out of 6719 players. So I am improving my game play. I guess the 6 days I didn't play in August made all the difference. I am looking forward to my September play, it will be better. Morgan
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