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By: Museak
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/May/2014

Back With a Vengence

By: Museak @ 18:56 (EDT) / 261 / Comment ( 0 )

At 27 it's just hit me that I have been playing poker for about 14 years now, and I am still nowhere near anything that could be classed as good. I started the PSO over 18 months ago and only recently started again within the last week. MY HEAD IS SWIMMING!!! So much knowledge to take in I've found that I'm reading words now and the further i get into it it seems basic knowledge of the game is being pushed back out. My main problem is trying to get out of old habits I think once I get rid of them I can start to become a better player. On the upside I managed to pass my poker basics course and was rewarded with some money to play with on the tables, now it's back to the grind and the books and try and get this all worked out. Museak

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