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/Oct/2010

Tough Month

By: Morganhell's @ 04:26 (EDT) / 163 / Comment ( 0 )

Tough Month so far. Not as many cash finishes as I would like/used to. Not playing as many games as I would like, but considering all and all, its okay. Not great, not good, but okay. One of my cats Markie had a lot of fluid removed from his chest, and just worried about his condition/next step. That is weighing on my mind, so I am not as focused. Since I am aware of this, I am trying to minimze any damages by playing fewer games but at least reaching positive points.

I also know I have to grind away and play a lot more than normal vpp games since I need to claim my bonus monies before they expire the first week of next month. I think with the WSOP on tv there are more idiots/donkeys playing hands they see on tv and just don't know what they are doing. This makes it tougher because they are just even more variable and bizarre with their game play. I don't know how the month is going to end up but I will still aim to better my last month placing of 186 out of everybody who registered at the PSO.

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