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fenix from the flame

/Jun/2011

what a good day

By: fenixwell @ 16:16 (EDT) / 234 / Comment ( 0 )

well I played 4 tourneys today, all ITM, now that i would be a good day but when you consider one of them i was down to $200 almost out and i pulled back to chip leader. so remember folks, never give up. that game i finnished 7th, now thats a good day, you would think. but when at the same time im sitting 1st or 2nd for most of the skill league i was in and I had to go to hospital to see my wife (prioritys man) here was me sitting 1st amongst the last 7 and 100k in front of 2nd, well it was good to see i ended off 2nd, well done toto***** for winning. now for me apart form my wife being ill, was a good day. this day i got it right. see you all later.

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