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Mark Pickersgill

/Aug/2011

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By: Pickers8 @ 10:56 (EDT) / 131 / Comment ( 0 )
hi I am new too poker school and just wonder if anyone could give me some good advice on my game,
my advice is that i keep getting off too great starts in big tourneys such as the sunday million quickly getting too 50k chip stack with around 1500 to 2000 players left when 990 get paid and recently being falling short of the money. i think my problem is that im playing too many hands when i should be tightening up.

if anyone could give me any advice please
cheers
pickers8
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