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/Aug/2010

August...new month, new opportunities

By: enjaydub @ 17:19 (EDT) / 137 / Comment ( 0 )
So I played in my 3rd PSO league tourney just now....finished 154th. Not bad in my opinion, but as always, I could've gone further =P The last hand I had pocket Q's. Sitting with around 3K in chips, I shoved thinking it was now or never. The only call I got showed KJo. In came the flop 4, 3, J...turn, K,....river....8. Awesome. On other days I'd be upset with that beat. Only difference today is that I played without building up pressure on myself to perform. I'm not sure what kind of points this will give me, but my ultimate goal is to finish up in the top 500....although the top 1000 can win a prize....Aim higher than the minimum, thats my theory. Good luck everyone!
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