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1/5/2011 - 8:00 ET PSO

By: debit14 @ 23:28 (EST) / 179 / Comment ( 0 )
After a fairly busy day, I decided to take the laptop into the room and play a PSO tourmament in hopes of boosting my rank a bit more.

And with today's finish, I'm pretty sure I did just that, picking up a 39th place finish out of 1,771 people. Great way to come out of a break. Another thing that I noticed today while playing, was that I was relatively calm, and avoided tilt. I give thanks to an article that I found on the internet that related the founations of Zen to the game and how knowing it can affect you (and help you get out of a slump).

Hope to see more finishes from myself like this, and I hope to run into some of you forum-goers along the way!
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