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/Jan/2011

WBCOOP

By: driven31558 @ 20:17 (EST) / 153 / Comment ( 0 )
Well, played 2 tourneys.  First one was a complete failure.  I expected as much since it was an Omaha game.  (I probably have a better shot at winning the lottery.)  Second one wasn't as bad (nl hold em), but still pretty bad.  I have learned more.  It seemed to play a lot like the $550 buy in tourney at the poker room.  I feel I know more what to expect, and hope that I will be able to play in the hold em tourney on Thursday and Saturday.  Keep learning, and patience.   I was surprised how tough the competition was.  Well, it's all about adjusting and playing better.  Here's hoping.

On a side note, I do have a weekly round 2 ticket (won it playing razz).  So that's pretty cool.  Until next time, Good Luck and see you on the felt!
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