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As Week One Comes To An End

By: SpiffsGirl @ 21:00 (EST) / 187 / Comment ( 1 )

As week one comes to an end, I cannot say that I have made any progress. I was doing very well, and making a good profit, but the last couple of days, I was on tilt, and frustrated, and lost pretty much all of my profit. So, as week 2 comes, I am going to buckle down, and stick to a routine, and be paitent. I don't find it easy, but it is something that I will need to learn in order to become a decent poker player. 

I would like to switch up from playing sit and gos to playing ring games to build my bankroll. What is everyones suggestions? Is there a guideline to go by? What do you guys think?



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