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/Nov/2012

proud of my grind

By: adohole @ 03:29 (EST) / 291 / Comment ( 0 )

heey guys,

a few days ago i toorned one of my muscles of my knee. so i decided that i could deposit again. after i did this, i became pretty sick but the 90billonth hand was on his way. whith the 80 billionth i had played allot of FLO8 since im bettre than players who dont play that much but just cant quite beat the game vs regs. so i gave it a look with 8 million hands to play.

i saw only people that almost never played the game and decided to jump in on it. i fired up 6 tables even though i barely could keep my eyes open and the light of the computer was killing to my head. i think i fell asleep twice during the session that took almost 2 hours and 400+ hands. but i grinded it out. it was a test for me if i could keep on going with a fever of 39 degrees. but i managed to pull ehad for the session with $2. it isnt to much but i was proud of myself that i did it. 

i hope you all enjoyd my blog 

and good luck at the tables to all of you

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