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/Jul/2010

PSO has consumed me

By: hobojim11247 @ 18:41 (EDT) / 361 / Comment ( 0 )
It looks like PSO has consumed me for the time being. The payouts for the individual tourneys is inconsequential , it is rating points I am after and as of now they are not all that easy to come by. I finally made the money the last 2 tourneys on the 14th, but today in the first 2, I got sucked out on river both times after being ahead. So I am down a few points with 2 tourneys to go. I find I play few other tourneys and spend a lot of time on the forum. At least it keeps my retired old mind alert.
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