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/Sep/2013

Background

By: Saul2008 @ 04:21 (EDT) / 57 / Comment ( 0 )

Started playing NLHE on facebook in 2007, then first poker trip to Macau in early May 2008. First live cash game in Macau Grand Lisboa and first live tournament in Grand Waldo. First final table during small weekly tournament in December that year. Continued to visit Macau in 2009, another final table in Dec 2009. 

Something good happened from 2010 December, where I cashed four times including a first and second, during the Macau weekly tournaments. This carried on into early 2011 where I did quite well during the Singapore LWPS tournaments. Started playing MPC main event in August 2011 (before this I was playing the side events).

In 2009, I started playing online mostly on Pokerstars.

What's next? To be continued..

 

 

 

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