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/Jan/2011

One Mistake..and back on track

By: ericnnancy @ 18:51 (EST) / 710 / Comment ( 0 )
Well, my day has ended for Thursday and sorry I didn't blog last night, but I went to bed after I made a mistake. I had been doing well, getting my 30 points and then quitting, but something came over me and I played the 10pm PSO last night. Well, needless to say, when you have a strategy, make sure you stick with it. I wound up losing 11 points, so I finished yesterday with 20 points.

Anyway, I woke up today and played the 10am PSO, getting a couple of hands, and finishing with 1.99 points. I had some things I needed to do before the roommate went on her trip so I didn't play the 1pm, but I did play the 3pm and finished in 58th place. That will definitely give me my 30 points for the day, so heeding my own advice, I am done for the day with PSO tourneys.

I should be somewhere around 1665 after the leaderboard is updated, and only need about 135 points to hit my goal. If all goes well, it should be Monday when I am at 1800.

Good luck to everyone and I'll see you at the tables.
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