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The Case For The 7 Deuce

/Feb/2013

Hello WBSCOOP

By: Rox_Ur_Sox11 @ 10:15 (EST) / 38 / Comment ( 0 )

I havent created as many blog entries as I first intended too nearly 10 months ago, before having a forced 6month break due to my laptop getting stolen. But hopefully this new found INSPIRATION (through Pokerstars latest promotion for the WBCOOP) can lead to a bigger and better collection of humerous thought provoking and maybe occassionally serious blog entries....

Since there is a 500word limit (more thereabouts limit) this entry will be short and sweet, more of an introduction to the resurrection of my blog hopefully people will comment on future entries to add to the atmosphere and give the blog more depth....but not compulsary

All the best in the WBSCOOP, and will maybe (since theres thousands of people who play) see you at the tables

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