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/Dec/2010

I should have listened to Doyle

By: Morganhell's @ 22:38 (EST) / 273 / Comment ( 3 )

I should have listened to Doyle... He said in his book, don't play when you are sick or your heads not in the game. I so screwed up. I went from 92nd place to ????? in a matter of about 4 days. I think anywhere from 35 to 38 points I lost just today.

I had a wisdom tooth pulled wednesday. Between the pain and drugs I so messed up. My judgement sucks, I made stupid decisions and made 2 of the worse finishes in the PSO ever today!!!!!!!! I should have stayed in bed today and wrote the day off, my ranking would have been safe. Plus, people getting annoying cause they wanted to chase my bets to the river. Oh, and I hate pocket J's now, it kills me every time lately.

On a good note, which is bizarre I came in 2nd place in one of those micro's and made over 4 bucks. In the warm-up and monthly tournies, I made the final table or just missed it a few times.

Weird, can't wait till I am back to normal.

Yeah I know, what's normal.....

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