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Confessions of a fish

By all poker standards I am a fish. Let me prove that statment wrong.
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/Mar/2013

Introduction

By: domenko @ 10:01 (EDT) / 249 / Comment ( 0 )

Hello PSO people,

I am new to this part of PokerStars and I'm not really sure why that is. I think this platform is a great opportunity for poker players, otherwise fishy in nature, not unlike myself, to learn and improve their poker skills. During the last week I have come across a decent number of players in the WBCOOP events who all knew each other and showed support for their fellow PSOers in the tournaments. I really like that mentality. So I decided to give it a go. I will try to participate in as many PSO tournaments as possible and also try to do well in them to get some tickets to very valuable freerolls. I am already writing a blog on my own personal website, www.domenko.org, but starting now I will repost my WBCOOP updates, as well as all future posts. Let's get started! 

I'm very much looking forward to playing and interacting with all of you.

All the best, 

domenko

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