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$0-$5000 its now or never

/Jul/2012

Day One(my last 120 fpps)

By: ilovecap @ 07:48 (EDT) / 181 / Comment ( 2 )

Hey guys my names kyle and iv decided that for me to progress as a player i need to start from the bottom and work my way up so my goal is to turn nothing into something(suppose you can call me jesus if you like)

so im playing the 10fpp 500$ vip tourneys trying to get a little together (as we speak iv cashed in my first one)

so whats the point in all this wellllllllllllllllllllll i have a load of debt to pay off and the degen that i am i thought id make it a little fun for myself

il be updating this daily so keep checking back as il be doing video blogs,graphs and general hands so should be a pretty solid blog

look forward to providing your daily reading 

kyle

current bankroll 25c

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