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Bad day

By: PJGA @ 16:18 (EDT) / 1 / Comment ( 0 )
Last night ended quite well. In cashgames I won almost $8 on 0,01-0,02 NL. I was a little lucky a few times, but most of it I think was due to a change of playing style. I more or less forbid myself to call, so all actions were either fold or raise. It worked good since I was concentrated only on poker.

Today have been bad. First, I got kicked out of the Open League at about 5800/10000, so I lost some points. It was a little bad play (to eager) and a little bad luck (got kicked out with AK vs K3, he hit 333 on the table...)

The cashgames also got bad. I lost most coinflips. But most of all, I tried yesterdays style of fold/raise, but today also watching TV. Huge difference since I wasn't "in the game" like yesterday. Didn't feel who would fold to c(ontinuation)bets (Cbets) and lost a lot.

Anyway, I'm up about $5 since yesterday. My monthly goal is to reach $30, now I have $25 so it feels very possible. And the League still feels ok to reach the money. Just be more in the mood next time.

Enough poker for today. Now only TV:)
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