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Old enough, to know better & young enough, to still try. Had not played poker since the 60s, but ny wife watches on TV, and started to play for fun. I tried, and am hooked. chief trouble maker & bottle washer
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/Jun/2010

back to school

By: ctmbw @ 22:33 (EDT) / 401 / Comment ( 0 )
I am hooked, had not played in over 40 years. Hold em is a great improvement over baseball and black maria, we played. Playing poorly, after 2 months, decided to read up & go back to school. Not being mathenatically inclined, the Core Course was a bit confusing, but made it through. 4 days is not a big enough sample, for any proof, but am feeling more cofident, and have reached a final table. I seem to going deeper into all the games that I play. I keep the STAT BAR up, to remind me, no to be. too loose. have told some others about the school. not too may (want to keep my edge). If one week. has made a difference, more study and understanding should help.
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