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$12,000 in a year, a recap of my 2012 goals

By: Sandtrap777 @ 19:21 (EST) / 724 / Comment ( 1 )

2012 as come to an end for me, OK, I'm still playing, but I'm mainly getting ready for 2013, which will have bigger goals. So here's a recap of 2012.

http://www.pokerschoolonline.com/forum/showthread.php?38383-Sandtrap777-2012-goals&p=380383#post380383

I would like to thank everybody who followed my thread during the year, it was very motivating to have you on board. I do hope you got something out of it. Special thanks to PSO, Dave, Felix, Garreth for all their free poker knowledge and advice.

I will be posting a new thread about my 2013 goals and I hope you'll enjoy it and hope it will help you in your game.

Thanks all

 

PS. To all, you still have 2 weeks to get your goals ready for 2013, Good Luck

 

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