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/Nov/2010

MTT AND WORK BANKROLL CHALLENGE (PART-1)

By: SR8tAcEto5 @ 17:01 (EST) / 405 / Comment ( 1 )
Ok so here goes i am about to do something that i have never done before while playing poker. For the 1st time in my life since playing poker; I am going to try to stick to a strick bankroll with my $150 deposit. I am currently only playing 180 mtt 4.40's and i will continue to play these until my roll aloows me to play at a higher level.

  The goal was to start with the 40 buy-in rule for MTT poker, but with money being so tight i have to settle for $150.00 to start with instead. I am however very very confident in my game and my skill set to play and move up in the ranks consistantly. Right now the roll sits at $147.65 and i am currently playing a $4.40 sng on Poker Stars i write this blog!

  I will do my best to update this blog on a daily basis; As well as post my results during play on my FACEBOOK page which is (Willis McCoy)
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