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/Oct/2010

pso cash streak comes to an end.

By: aquadad @ 17:13 (EDT) / 236 / Comment ( 0 )

My own little cash and +point streak came to an end this morning. I was sitting at 10 +point finishes in a row including 7 straight cashes. Although it would have been nice to keep winning, I feel like the pressure I was putting on myself has been relieved. It's kinda tough going into each tourney knowing you have to finish in the top 25% just to make any points at all. Kudos to the players that are consistantly up there in rankings.

Started what I hope will be another streak in the next pso tourney when I finished 69th.

Forum seems to be getting more hostile. there's not much poker talk anymore. Just people bashing people. Some of the threads seem to go on and on with post after post that have nothing to do with the OP's original post. It's like the online version of Jerry Springer.

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