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/Aug/2010

First PSO Tournament: Not a good start

By: SixTwo_62 @ 15:57 (EDT) / 144 / Comment ( 0 )
Played my first PSO tourney ever. This was the first for the month of August also. Hopefully I will have better results as the month goes on. This tournament started off a little crazy for me. I was getting good cards but because of the loose play preflop, my raises were getting called and I was not hitting the flops. I went out on a 50/50 hand ( AK off vs. pkt 10s). No A or K for me and I am done. (693rd) The field of 1100 players was impressive. Plenty of different styles and types to play against. Next time, I hope my cards hit on the flop so that I can gather some chips from those early loose players. No change in style yet. Tight play in the early rounds.
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