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Attempting to make a bankroll from scratch.

/Aug/2010

Biggest cash yet.

By: bluejack17 @ 23:20 (EDT) / 233 / Comment ( 0 )
So the NAPL turned out to be a good idea tonight. I finished in 190ish and got $.47. I think I could've made it farther, but for the last hour and a half, I barely had more than 5 minutes of working internet....I spent a lot of that time on the phone with tech support trying to figure out what's going on. Moral of the story.....we don't know what's going on. Apparently my modem keeps connecting/disconnecting for the fun of it. In other news, as I was waiting for the NAPL tournament, I played the Big Game Rd 1 qualifier for fun, and made the cut. Not sure what to do with that now. My real money accont is up to $.56 now. I had it up to $.44 before, but lost all but $.09 experimenting with sit and gos and cash games. Learned my lesson in that department. I'm not sure how much to aim for before I venture into real money stuff again.
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