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The new Beginning and The Great Challenge

The new Beginning and The Great Challenge
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/Aug/2015

The new Beginning and The Great Challenge

By: TigerOfSibir @ 05:13 (EDT) / 164 / Comment ( 1 )

Hello to everyone, the reason for writing this blog is that i don't have any motivation
but when i saw and read all about the PokerSchool Open and Premier Leagues i decide to be part of this challenge. Next month (September) after few days i'll start this and i can't wait anymore. I think this league and specially pokerschoolonline gives perfect opportunity for the beginning players to learn, communicate and improve their game. I also think poker is for people who really like to play poker.

Thanks again to PokerSchoolOnline, good luck to everyone and see you at the tables

PS: Maybe this is my first blog ever and i feel very motivated

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