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/Oct/2010

New challenge, 10c to $1000

By: ProPoker235 @ 06:44 (EDT) / 399 / Comment ( 1 )
I have set my self a new challenge today, I was initially going to try turn $6 into $1000, but that seemed a bit 'easy' so now I have modified it, 10cents to $1000!

I am going to start playing the 2c 990 SnG - Hyper Turbo, loose 5 and its over, then when I get to $10 playing this stake I am going to move up to the 0.25cent SngG's. I have set myself some limit rules, I am only allowed to play micro sit and go's! This will take a great amount of effort on my part as grinding 2c tournaments to $10 would kill most people straight away, then i have to stay focused and use my bankroll well, I am going to post an update each day at some point if I can, with a screenshot of my bankroll, and also i will write a post about my day of poker. 

So basically, 10c to $1000, playing micro SnG's!
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