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/Apr/2013

Playing well

By: TarekGG @ 09:45 (EDT) / 301 / Comment ( 2 )

Hello, just wanted to make a quick post about my latest days. I'm very pleased with my play the last days, I know where I'm doing the mistakes that either causes me to lose a lot of chips or the entire tournament - so I guess that positive. I'm planning to become active on the 2+2 forum now, because there is stuff to be learned by better players there. FTed 5.50 1R1A the other day, but didn't really catch the table dynamic, and after already having played for 8hours that day I got kind of fatigued. Finished 8th in that one and have had some other deep runs like I normally do, but I'm positive that I'll be back here writing about my victory in a tournament in a matter of days. 

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