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/Aug/2010

back in the saddle

By: hobojim11247 @ 11:29 (EDT) / 176 / Comment ( 0 )
It has been awhile. I finished on a downer last month and ended up winning only $30. Then came the hassle of getting it when someone identified me as a multi account user , even though Pokerstars knew nothing of it. I was frustrated to say the least and let my frustration affect my play and I dropped to beyond 1500 place. I awoke on the 13th to find that someone had come to their senses and paid me and others for money we had legitimately won. So I was then faced with the task of moving up in the standings. In 7 tourneys on Friday and Sat. I finished in the money in 4 of them, got points in another and lost points in 2. I moved up and I am now about 240th place. today is more onward and upward.
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