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/Oct/2011

Restdays

By: PJGA @ 17:02 (EDT) / 321 / Comment ( 0 )
Now I had two restdays, with almost no poker.

Sunday was chess. I played one of my best games and won in 20 moves against a 2000+ player (2034 is my rating). Odd thing, he didnt do any blunder, just was outplayed. Well, next time he might get me...

Monday, ie today, was citycouncil (think it called that in english...) since I'm a hobbypolitician as well. After the meeting I started a 25x/90man Sng and two cashtables. I earned 25cent, playing tight and not overaggresive. The Sng is still going on, I'm in 2nd with 6 players left.

Another time I will make some comparisions between chess, poker and life. I like to take ideas from one sector of life and use them in another.
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