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/Sep/2010

Can it be done?? The Beginning

By: ericnnancy @ 20:18 (EDT) / 821 / Comment ( 0 )
I have seen it done by the pros, but can it be done by an amateur poker player, namely ME? I am attempting to go from a $0 bankroll to a steady poker living. In addition to cash, I am also planning to improve my patience, my skill, and of course, my game. Currently, I will only play PSO and NAPL tournaments, and will not spend any of my winnings until I hit certain levels. I will abide by all of the Managing the Bankroll rules, and will update when I am done with tournaments. So far, I have cashed in one NAPL rookie and a couple PSO tourneys. So in the first 2 weeks, I have gone from $0 to $1.29. Yes, it is a slow process, but cheer me on as I go for a dream!!
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