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Reflection is important

By: gothicguy @ 20:34 (EST) / 223 / Comment ( 0 )
My name is Serge. I've had a poker account on PS since the first year it was around.  I have played thousands of hands for countless hours.  I reside in California and I would say that about 90% of my friends are involved in poker one way or another.

I have participated in live tournaments and have cashed in one of the three I have played at the WSOP. I have created this blog in order to reflect on what I'm trying to take away from my poker experiences.

I will write about what I'm up to.  Stories of past experiences. Stories that involve Vegas, poker professionals I interact with and anything else I feel will help me by reflecting on.

If your taking the time to read this, I assure you this will not be a bunch of somber writings. I appreciate all feedback.

 I think Pokerstars PSO is a great idea and in introduces poker to a lot of new people. I've told all my non-pro friends about it.

On my next blog I will talk about tilt, how its affected me and poker professionals I know.
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