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/Sep/2010

another tough PSO day but made some money

By: hobojim11247 @ 10:29 (EDT) / 257 / Comment ( 0 )
I played all five PSO tourneys today which is a rarety. I got points in the first two, barely missing the bubble, that was followed by 3 losers. Essentially I was card dead in all of them and when I did get a playable I got sucked out on on the river especially the last two that cost me the most points. The league has tightened up, everyone is more clock conscious and that makes it less effective to use it. More people are playing tighter and I haven't even been getting hands that are decently playable. On the brighter side I finished in the money in 2 two of four tourneys, of course I think I should have finished higher, but I feel that way all the time.
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