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Sandtrap777's 2013 Goals Update #11

By: Sandtrap777 @ 11:40 (EDT) / 256 / Comment ( 0 )

Week #14

This week was a very volatile week. I started by playing 50NL and it didn't go to good. Lots of my good hands were getting beaten on the river and I was getting frustrated or should I say TILTED, so after about 1,800 hands, I decided to end the day and start again with a better state of mind the next day. Not only did I start with a better state of mind, I also dropped to 25NL to get my confidence back, which I did. For the rest of the week, I was playing 3 tables of 25NL and 1 table of 50NL.

I also took some time..................................

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