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From 0 to Supernova

A new poker player starting from $0 to achieving Supernova status
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I came back from my trip about 2 weeks ago, but had quite a big road block in my life to be able to blog or play poker. Today however, I decided to start again. The trip went well, as I made a profit of $115 towards my Pokerstars bankroll. Considering all the road blocks and trouble in my life right now, I have decided to have a little bit of fun. I will now be playing microstakes tournaments a long with the occasional cash game. I will also be starting a private blog to go along with my pokerschoolonline blog. The purpose of this is simply to build a name for myself before purchasing a desktop computer and live streaming on twitch. I will let you guys know when the blog is created, but for now lets win some tournaments! 

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