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Poker of the not so rich or famous

/Jun/2010

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By: RooMoni @ 19:31 (EDT) / 258 / Comment ( 0 )
Ok, I started out with nothing. Played a few of the PSO $50 freerolls. Took first in one, third in another an placed somewhere in the money ( for like 11 cents) 2 other times. I tried a few small buyins at the penny tables (bad idea) and a few other tourneys (i.e. 10c multi table sngs, 25C sngs, etc). Just checked my bankroll. I am currently at $8.92. I seem to be placing deep in all my tourneys, within shooting distance of the money anyways. Might need to slow down a bit in mid-late part of the tourney. Tighten up an fold a few more times. My average flops seen is 24%. I find it hard to get it down to 20% or less .... there are a few points in the tourney were I think it pays off well to see a few more flops, mostly when the entire table is limping. We will see if I can refrain or not ... probably not.
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