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/Nov/2010

Back to Work

By: Wodanson @ 13:25 (EST) / 181 / Comment ( 0 )
 Well, I'm out of that bad spell now, and back to placing in tournies again. Won a WCOOP ticket, and will see where that leads when I can find time to play during one of the scheduled tournies this week. The rest of my winnings recently have been minimal, but can't win big without first placing :)

 Will be going back to work at the ski resort a day or two after thanksgiving. Will be cold enough for us to start making snow, and between work and sleep, I won't be playing much poker til spring. Seven 12 hour days a week doesn't leave much time for poker. Sucks, but come spring, I'll pick back up here, hopefully remembering what it takes to win some money :) Maybe next year I'll be able to quit my day job lol

 
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