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/Dec/2008

Learning to write a Blog

By: TEXASDUKE @ 20:23 (EST) / 292 / Comment ( 0 )
Hi everyone , I am going to try to write about some of my play . Any feed back would be much appreciated good or bad . I am working on upping my game to my next level and as some have noticed at the tables I may take a little longer then usual to make my bet and I am working on that and glad for everyones patience as I work threw this, it will fun as i have now seen things a little differently . I am excited to notice even the smallest of things that have improved my game so far . So for now I will try to wite 2 a week and up that to one a day if possible . I would like to THANK EVERONE at PSO for the very positive attitudes and the very great poker play at the tables . I WISH EVERONE A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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