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/Jun/2012

One week ago

By: TarekGG @ 16:04 (EDT) / 270 / Comment ( 1 )
It's only a week ago since I tried playing in the freerolls, and from where I started I've already learned alot. I haven't counted the hours I've already put in poker, but I know that I play more than 5hours a day, at least. I've come across many good sites and read thousands of words on how to be better. I even qualified to the Weekly Round 2, but that may not impress you - but thats something. Didn't win though, didn't even get a good place, but in the long run I've become better so it might pay off in the future. Now starts Hubble's tourney need to get a place within the 72th best for next week, cyaaaa!


TarekGG presented his finest from his week, why dont you?
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