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/Nov/2013

Hard Work

By: Slammerman05 @ 11:48 (EST) / 48 / Comment ( 0 )

I've had a pretty tough week. Haven't gottten much time to play poker. Today I played 3 250 play-money chips SnGs (simultaneously) and took part in the PLO freeroll (also simultaneously). I'm still tired and it showed on my game. I quickly realized that 4 tabling when I am tired is a bad idea. I got to about 8000 chips on the PLO table before I shoved on trip aces with flush draw and got beaten when my opponent hit his 4th queen on the river. Still, It was a freeroll, I didn't care much for it. As for the SnGs, I finished 5th, 4th and 1st, so my bankroll is still growing, but slowly.

Play was much looser than last weekend, I don't know why. Anyways, Poker is done for me today at least until I can get some more sleep.

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