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/Jun/2013

Break from Zoomin

By: PinoyWonder @ 09:46 (EDT) / 305 / Comment ( 0 )

If you haven't seen it yet i'm doing a zoom only challege over in forums 

http://www.pokerschoolonline.com/forum/showthread.php?51748-PinoyWonders-50-to-Zoomin

 

I'm taking a break from this challenge to build up the bankroll a little more during the SnG promo.  I've been running the 9-man hypers and have been doing ok, the quality of players there seems pretty casual but there are the occasional grinders... the games are very fast paced and i've sadly bubbled more then i would i have liked to but it stems from playing maybe a little overly aggressive on the bubble or just prior to it.  ITM% is nice but not sure how long i can keep up that pace i think for how low the buyin is the ROI is not bad i think i could be doing better.  I haven't had any SnG gold games yet but there are still many more to play

See you guys on the table

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