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Trying To Make It

Daily Review of a new player trying to start of Poker Career
By: T20N
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/Apr/2013

~~Day3: Building a Bankroll

By: T20N @ 08:31 (EDT) / 144 / Comment ( 0 )

Start of Day 3

 

Bankroll: $0
  

   Today I plan on doing what I did yesterday which is entering as many freerolls that i can and try to cash to get my bankroll going. Even if I dont cash I plan on being in the money for the monthly PSO ladder.

 

End of Day 3

Bankroll: $0

 

   I played quite a few freerolls today but didn't place in any.  My PSO rank dropped a bit too. I think I need to get more focused when playing instead of getting distracted by the other things at my computer (facebook, twitter, other games ect). I need to finish up the PSO courses too which I will do byy the end of the week and hopefully get my SnG Ticket for completing the quiz. I did another LIve Training today too where i learned about draws.

  Its a slow start but I think once I get rolling, ill be good 2 go.

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