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/Mar/2011

21 days, ready to go pro?

By: Rooity @ 18:18 (EST) / 283 / Comment ( 0 )
Rooity has only been playing poker for 21 days and he already feels ready to go pro.The Joey is ready to take on the big alpha males already. He's already finishing in the $ in the majority of his real money tournaments and although so far his adventures in the PSO had been disasterous a top 7% finish today changed that, boy does that kangaroo know how to bounce back. Before that the PSO represented his worst failures as a player so far.

Until this weekend he also sucked at SIt 'n' Go's. He always played tight-aggressive and whilst it worked for the early stages he just didn't know how to play the players and not the cards. That's now changed and he's ready to start regularly playing them for money at buy ins of 5$+. 2 played today, 1 2nd/9, 1 3rd/9. They may not be 1st but don't think less of him for it. In the $ is in the $, that's what he would always say, if he wasn't a kangaroo and therefore incapable of speech. He was leading both all the way through, despite getting dealt average cards at best. He's finally learnt how to steal the blinds and manipulatee players and it's only take him 21 days. In 21 more look out for him in the WSOP 8-O
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