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/Oct/2013

Little success has been achieved

By: jackjuncan @ 18:39 (EDT) / 55 / Comment ( 0 )

Ever since my first blog everything has seemed to be on a downward slope. I guess thats what i get for being a little bit cocky

I've been playing the Sit N Go's lately and have barely made it past the bubble. The cash games have been a method for winning back my losses in the Sit N Go's,  one would think I would stick to cash games as they are whats working for me at the moment haha.

Considering this weeks downturn I've still managed to keep a steady bankroll, which is what drew me to write this blog in the first place. It shows me I am learning to control my bankroll with a little bit more effiency.

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