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/Jan/2011

Basic Course passed!

By: Pesticide001 @ 21:40 (EST) / 194 / Comment ( 0 )
Here we go, first blog post on PSO,

First of all Happy New Year all, lots of spicy pots and few bad beats I wish all readers and PSO members for 2011!

I passed the basic quiz with 79%, not to proud of it but then again what the hell was a question such as who won wsop 2003 doing in there ? Thats just plain silly if you ask me ( everyone knows moneymaker donked it :-D ). Also where can I see the correct answers to the mistakes i made, that would be really helpfull. Really need to freshen up my math as I think thats where i made most mistakes, on them percentage questions.

The core quiz is up next when I am a bit more sober. See you around fellas. Hope to hit the tables real soon again and make something nice happen in 2k11

Have an epic New Year,
Pesticide001
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