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/Aug/2010

Just a little step more...

By: bayerhoff @ 01:49 (EDT) / 359 / Comment ( 0 )
Well, now I think I reached such a point, when you're quite good, but need just a little of luck to win :-) I performed quite good a couple of times at PSO tourneys (highest taken place 21st), but winning some cash at other tourneys - that's just one step more for me. So, as not to become bored, I decided to try out other forms of poker and similar games. I tried Omaha, Stud, Razz, Draw, Badugi and those multi-game ones - H.O.R.S.E. and 8-game. I really liked Omaha hi/lo, Stud hi/lo, Badugi and I performed quite well playing HORSE and 8-game tourneys. Also I tried out PLH/PLO play money and kinda like it too :-) Ok that's all for now. Will let you know if I win something ;))
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