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/Dec/2011

Chat Ban 1 Month.

By: Stakehorse75 @ 00:01 (EST) / 349 / Comment ( 0 )

Well, let me say first off, is that this last 29 days has been....hmmm...lets keep it clean, and say frustrating, but also gave me time to think about my overall chat. I now have 3 full days left until I can chat again, and thanks to some clarification by PS Support, I'm a bit more filled in on some of the words that won't be tolerated, as well as a list of comparable synonyms that are quite legal, according to PS.

Now, for me to change my ways, I'm going to need to learn to overcome my compellingness to thrash out at donkeys calling with little holdings that hit 4%-8% draws. Very tough for me, as a player who believes in Skill Poker.

In fact, its a lot like playing  BlackJack, and the rest of the table is playing "bust the dealer" and the last player has 15, while the dealer shows a 6, and said last player draws out the 10/face cd, that would have busted the dealer.PMO..lol.
My word for today, and hopefully a little while--> restraint

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