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/Feb/2011

I guess I shouldn't tell you guys this but....

By: VareckRay @ 19:44 (EST) / 484 / Comment ( 0 )

anyone who wants to improve their game make sure you go to the live sessions with TheLangolier :)

Look at my stats from last month compared to this. I started joining the live training about midwaiy through Jan I think. Took a little while to get my head round some of the things I'd picked up but after a shakey few days things started to click!

I'm really just experimenting this month but I'm already higher in the league than I was all last month and I am much more confident about just about every aspect of my game.

So if your wondering why you do ok but never actually win very much, finishing in the money but not worth the time spent scraping 20th place, do yourself a favour and join the live sessions :)

Good luck Folks :)
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