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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

what have you done for me lately

By: ctmbw @ 00:38 (EDT) / 202 / Comment ( 0 )
It has been a week, so I thought to share. It is amazing how much enjoyment 12 cents can generate. The bankroll has reached a dollar, as this rate, comfortable wealth shoud be attained in 2525. Most of the time when I remember to play conservatively, it goes alright. Have been keeping the "stats" key highlighted in an attempt, not to be too loose. While playing carefully, has been effective, it has stiil been very hard , not to lose my head. Keeping the play hot, and the head cool, is not easy when it has been 102 (40c) outside in Texas. Good luck all, except against me. chief trouble maker
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