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Micro let down!

By: chillipops @ 04:05 (EDT) / 158 / Comment ( 1 )

I tried to register also but it was unavailable to my country? For the past two weeks I have been building toward this event with great anticipation, I have a very small br and certainly have not been playing as long as some of you guys, I have enjoyed the classes I have attended and felt good and really grateful for the unexpected chance to really change my fortunes. The games I have seen, also my improvement after blowing through I don't know how many re-loads I thought I was on what I could term "The Right Track" but now this oversight has left me feeling doubtful over the whole process that I have experienced over the past 6 - 8 months or even over the past 5- 6 years that my playing has increased and I started taking poker a bit more seriously, going from a home game with friends, at this moment seems such a waste of time. 

On the face of it it may appear a trivial oversight, but I personally have been telling the people I meet in the poker games I play on Stars! (on other sites) About this journey I've been on, about the school and the people that are here to help you improve, about the games and the wide selection that are available here. 

I am not sure if my "Poker Journey" is over but it certainly feels like it right about now, most of my friends know about how much I have been playing recently as my self-confidence in my game has grown and I have started winning more I have told everyone of my friends on Facebook and Twitter on Facebook alone I have 596 friends with whom I have daily contact from all over the world that have all been sharing In my trip so maybe someone can actually look at this small oversight and maybe put an actual dollar amount on the bad feeling this seemingly small mistake could cost? I would like to know!

I would like for my poker to improve and make a little money from it, as I know that is why we are all here, I have heard it said and repeated many times over the past few years where people have called poker the new "chess"! I think that the standing and background that poker has been spawned/risen from is probably not the best start for something I see that could become so much more, but to grow from the backwater underhand easy money publicity driven cash hungry beast it is at present and become a real way for obviously like minded intelligent book reading supposed NERDS to meet and share a common interest it will have to be totally transparent in its operation, also take responsibility for the position in modern culture as Stars has assumed the role of entertainer, I realise this rant will have little if no notice taken, and I will post it too my "blog" to see if anyone else can learn from my personal experience.

Read more: PSO MicroMillions Warm-Up Canceled - Page 2 - PokerSchoolOnline Forum

 would like to add that: I was sooooo pissed at not being able to play in this tournament and so I think my comments tho quite brash they showed my feelings at the time, but can I also add this "after a few months of taking the classes at PSO I was soooo fired up for a chance to compete for some decent prize money and thought I stood a good chance I just hope my time has been well spent !

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