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/Oct/2014

Is it worth it...

By: The SAHBster @ 12:05 (EDT) / 300 / Comment ( 4 )

 

 

I have been playing on P/Stars for the best part of 8 years. I have never deposited any money. I was once given a dollar by P/Stars, many years ago, for winning a medium sized tourney. I managed to get this up to 70 dollars over the course of a few weeks.  This is now all gone, lots of bad beats, or was it bad play ?  I have won tourneys of over 2000 entrants on a couple of occasions and won tickets for 'the next round' on numerous occasions. I have played live in Vegas and made the final table of a multi-table 'inhouse' tourney. As a recreational player, should I now make my first deposit on Stars and take the plunge.

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