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The journey of poor man

/Oct/2010

some good, most bad

By: SciotovilleE @ 14:36 (EDT) / 160 / Comment ( 0 )
So far this month, I have only had 2 good shownings in tournaments. The rest seem to be horrible. Sometimes I feel like I'm cursed, while other times I feel unstopable. I think a lot of it has to do with a nagging wife telling me that there is no future in playing poker. She's always telling me to go out and get a real job. It's to find a job around this forsaken town. I always tell her that I am going to hit a lucky streak and hit it big, but she always laughs at me about it. I have a 2 year old son and a daughter who is almost 1 so it usually is hard to concentrate. I always tell myself that I will be playing in the WSOP main event one day in hopes of becoming a champion. I am still n the learning process right now, but think I'm progressing pretty well considering I just started playing about 2 months ago.
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