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/Sep/2010

Week in review

By: Morganhell's @ 23:56 (EDT) / 180 / Comment ( 0 )
Week in review. Didn't play 2 days this week because I didn't feel well. Lost about 20 points on Thursday cause the hands were not kind in the 4 games I played. Then registered for the Hubble when I should have gone to bed, and had amazing hands. Hands like I wish I had received earlier in the PSO tourneys. K K back to back, A A back to back, lots of A K, and even a straight flush. I had some of them sent to my email just to keep a record of them, I was so happy. Just amazing good hands, the 4+ hours flew by. Ended up in 37th place with a ticket to either Saturday or Sunday games. Today, iffy, played 2 games, lost a few points in one, made some points in the other. Hopefully made enough to cover some of the losses this week. So even with the loss of over/around 20 points this week, I'm ranked at 354 out of 6644 before Friday's updates. ........ Next week will be better. :)
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