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/Jul/2010

Boring

By: SquirrelDaze @ 22:01 (EDT) / 275 / Comment ( 0 )
What's with people just trying to get minimum points? Sure Cosmo342 is in first and all he is going for is the min point cash but he's not gonna hold the lead that way. I joined the league a week late and I'm currently sitting in 38th and I play for the final table every game. I haven't hit one yet but I'm pretty sure I have a couple up my sleeve before this month ends. I'd like to see people playing poker and not it turning into a time bank war around the bubble.
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