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BUILDING A BANKROLL THRU THE POKER PRIEVLIGE FREEROLLS....(in theory)
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/Sep/2010

back where i belong!!!

By: buffalohead @ 13:24 (EDT) / 290 / Comment ( 0 )
excited that my playground is open again and to get back into competition... the truth of the matter is that playing in these is almost exactly the same as playing for cash in tournies at the level most of us can afford....very close to rebuy tournies in the mindset and approach to the tourney..... rebuys have participants who try to bomb flops earlier to build bullying type stacks and thats the exact approach you get here with the FREEROLL MINDSET of some players...these are the players who either don't have the time or want to get it over with......and people like this exist in all the freerolls and small buy-in tournies you find online...they are a fact of life, ADAPT OR GO CRAZY......adapting is the healthier attitude, but i only came upon this zen mentality later in my "poker development" I will turn 48 on monday the 13th of september if daniel negranu wants to buy me into a tournament for my birthday i won't complain.....
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