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first 8 weeks

By: caulker73 @ 21:01 (EST) / 391 / Comment ( 0 )

hi all. I've been playing online since 17th october and looked round most of the better known poker sites. I prefer pokerstars because of the very user-friendly software. I spent the first couple of days on "playmoney" finding how to operate, and set the software up to suit me. I play mostly sit and go, and a few tournaments. I have read some of the training materials but not joined any live courses yet. That's my next step. I have played maybe 8-900 competitions and cashed about 120 times (mostly small wins) Hopefully with the right training, I will cash more often, and plug the leaks in my game. I'll let you know how that goes. I'm also analysing a number of hands I consider to have been bad beats to see if they were bad beats, or me going on tilt ......happy flopping 

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