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/Jan/2011

Bizzare and Rough two weeks....

By: Morganhell's @ 02:58 (EST) / 3 / Comment ( 2 )
It's been a bizzare and rough two weeks. Some really good games, some really bad ones. I've had some really deep runs, some sucky early outs, and some ITM wins. I think I have to play more games to up my base score at this point.

I've been called a shark, an alledged rotten apple, and a donk. All of which I find kinda funny, but if some people wanna believe that okay then. :)

I am really beyond happy with the friends I have made with/through The Suited Aces, The Vent Crew and Hobo's Posse. They are some of the most honest, friendly, and straight shooting people I have ever met. They are willing to help and teach anyone who walks in the door and just asks for help.

I really have to thank PokerStars for bring us all together at the PSO. Big Thumbs Up!!!!!!

See ya,
Morgan
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