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/Dec/2012

Live Training Sessions Actually Pretty Useful :)

By: SpiffsGirl @ 08:32 (EST) / 57 / Comment ( 0 )

After almost destroying my bankroll, I have worked my way back up to the black. I have switched my game up from the sit and gos to micro stake ring games. I have been participating in a couple of the live training sessions, and have found them very helpful. I started tracking my money, and working on graphs and info to give everyone so I can get feedback, and show my progress, but I think where I am so busy right now, in the new year I will work hard on that stuff. So, for now I will just be trying to participate in as much live training sessions as I can and watching videos.

If anyone actually reads this, I highly reccomend participating in the live training stuff, and ASK QUESTIONS! When i started watching them, I didn't ask questions. After asking questions, I found it to be pretty useful. Good luck guys!

 

-Dani

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