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.... But for how long?? Yes, folks after playing yesterday and finishing 145 out of a maxed out 1,000 player game I think I might have the motivation to play a little more. Until, or course, I get fed up of the league again. Not as frustrated as I thought I would be finishing 55 places from ITM and being in the top 1.5% and not cashing, but a fat wodge of points did Soften it somewhat.

Also been having some luck recently in the Facebook freerolls, earning a chunk of 0.10c tickets, and have started hoarding them as a gage of how well I'm playing in those freerolls, then going ape on the 0.10c games later in the year, the idea being that I will (hopefully) get a big fat boost to my currently near non existant bankroll.

Also, my listen-to-goon-show's-whist-playing-poker test have turned up posistive results: it works!
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