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/Aug/2010

Call me an idiot but...

By: Smosh @ 09:26 (EDT) / 169 / Comment ( 0 )
I've now played about 6ish...PSO League tournaments and learned a lot already. It's easy to learn from your mistakes when the cost you the game lol. I Set goals for myself, but am realizing that I'm getting way ahead of myself. Im trying to 'win' tourneys and 'tr' new and different strategies at the same time. Clearly practicing my poker play and going for gold are not going to work simultaneously. So i've set a new goal. In September, I am aiming for the 1700 points mark on the league leader board. I play enough tourneys that so long as i break past into the positive points each tourney, the goal should be achievable. For the rest of this month I'm hunkering down to continue to chisel all these odds and hands and positions into my head. Hardcoding has always sucked, but always worth in the end.
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