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dixxxiehaze and his rise to the top

this is going to be my blog which i will update regularly with all the details on my current bankroll graphs material and videos im studying and other going on on and off the table which should make an interesting read i am going to be very active on here and looking to get involved in many discusions on the forum and make new like minded friends
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/Jun/2010

the 50$- 10,000$ challenge

By: dixxxiehaze @ 19:07 (EDT) / 268 / Comment ( 0 )
everyone seems to start challenges but you never really hear much from them after they started, with this hopefully going to be a new and thriving community, iv decided to start it of with a challenge it wont be started untill a week or so and it will only be 6max nl holdem it will use either a 20-25 buy in per limit rule(undecided on how much i will need to get the ball rolling to start with) i will post weekly graphs from HEM on my progress and also do a daily blog im going to play around 5-10k hands a week in general il add more info throughout the time untill i start
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