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Irvin Smith

/Aug/2012

Jinx is off - I hope

By: Redboy23 @ 09:57 (EDT) / 242 / Comment ( 0 )

I got a monster start in the PSO - in the money and a final table and many other + scores. Then I got a little disheartened because other people were playing twice as many PSO's and still staying ahead of me no matter what i did. 

Then I got to 2000 + points and the jinx set in. No matter how I played I got sick jokes. Minus score after minus score :( and if ever a + it would be a baby + score :( . 

I finally broke out of the rut I was in annd hopefully started climbing again.

My las PSO was a heartstopper though. Got to ad little as 55 chips and was in danger of busting out before the 20 % mark.

Check out my Boom hands for the 9 p.m PSO for August 13th.

Whew that was close!!

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