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/Sep/2012

Consistency Pays Off

By: Redboy23 @ 11:09 (EDT) / 241 / Comment ( 0 )

I am not too proud of my end result; but considering I was at ranked as high as 51st in the Open Skill League,  then hit the monster streak of bad beats and suckouts sending me on tilt falling below the 500 mark, I was glad I caught myself and crawled into the top 500 to make it into the Premier league and enjoy my first cashout in the open League. 

Thanks to all of you who responded to my blogs and gave advice. This is the first time I did not quit in the PSO. I would start and the just play occasionally but this time I tried to play at least one PSO each day.

I look forward to the Premier league action and hope I can stay there and in turn make the Open Skill League as 'interesting' as I can for aspiring Premier League PSO'ers. Muuhahahahahah

See you guys at the tables. 

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