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/Sep/2008

Slow Progress, but working on it

By: Punky159 @ 01:37 (EDT) / 403 / Comment ( 0 )
First things first, I haven't been able to do too much about my Chris Ferguson Challenge because I've had several things come up at work and will probably be concentrating on that over the next two weeks or so, depending on how things go. I'm going to try and play at least one or two freerolls at FTP per week and we'll see how that goes. As I continue to learn here at PSO, I'm able to more readily see some of my major and costly mistakes. I tend to underplay hands I should be hitting hard with and to overplay hands where I should be putting on the brakes. I feel I have to work on my patience and I'm trying hard to take a step back and analyze the table before I make decisions now, but I need a lot of work. The bad news is that I realize what a poor poker player I've been, and the good news is that I realize what a poor poker player I've been, but now I can do something about it. I think as I learn and get better at PSO, that my play will definitely get better to the point my Chris Ferguson Challenge is an achievable goal. Look out all, Punky159 is coming for your bankroll...... : )
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