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/Oct/2011

Decent day

By: PJGA @ 15:57 (EDT) / 282 / Comment ( 0 )
Today had been another day with not to much poker. The reason is my internet been down tonight:)

Anyway, I managed to play one Open Leageu and it went good. I placed about 500th anf will probably take a jump in the totals.

I also played some cash nl at the same time and earned 77 cents. I played two tables + OpenL.

Finally I tried something new: a 25cent/90 players SNG. I got kicked out in the middel with AQ vs KQ vs QT. On the board came JJ4JT and the day was over. That was the first good hand I had in that tourney:(

I've been reading a little in the forum. One thread got me thinking. What is the best way to be good at poker? Should you specialise in eg NL, or play a variety of games and disciplins like NL, Limit Holdem, Omaha, SNG's and MTT. Personally, I play everything, but see I make better in NL and suck at MTT. My way to handle it is to strengthen my weak sides and rest the strong ones. Is that right?

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