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From 0 to WSOP

Starting from freerolls I will gain a bankroll and play in a WSOP
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/Nov/11

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By: PokerHackerz @ 00:05 (EST) / 215 / Comment ( 4 )

I started my poker career studying for the first month. After a few books and a lot of youtube videos, I decided to start playng freerolls to create a bankroll. I started the Bankroll Builder challenge but failed to turn a $0.10 into a start. Fortunetly, I was able to start my bankroll at $2 because of a $1 spin and go win from a free ticket given by Pokerstars. From there I decided to retry the $0.10 sit and go, which I won for $6. I also won a $0.25 90 man Sit and Go, now giving me a bankroll of $17. I will continue to blog on a daily basis and keep you guys updated! I will be playing $0.10 and $0.25 Sit and Go's. It's a long grind, but a very good start thus far.

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