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/Dec/2010

First time in a long time

By: RGC2005 @ 03:09 (EST) / 203 / Comment ( 0 )
Years ago I was a paying PSO member. This was during the gravy years of bonus chasing and free roll madness everywhere. Why did I pay for a membership? Well back then it was really the only poker training site around worth a crap and I met one of the owners at a tournament. I was sad to see the OLD PSO slide downhill and out of my poker life. However, now that Pokerstars has them and the name I am glad to be back.

I cannot wait for them to open up the Omaha lessons.........................................

I do have one suggestion if someone at Pokerstars is listening. Please make the promotions here easier to understand, remove sitting out players and allow players to report abusive behaviour more qucikly. This is a learner league so lets learn how to play and act right.

Thanks PSO and PS
Rob
Poker In Kentucky, HMFIC
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