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/Jan/2011

learning how to play online

By: jpBama24 @ 14:19 (EST) / 1 / Comment ( 0 )

This my first full month in the pso came in two weeks late last month finished in the 300 range had high hopes for january but was brought back to earth quick. The first half of this month been a nightmare for me still trying to learn how to play online on top of playing the competition has been a real learniing time for me. Things being new to me and not getting results has made me tighten up my game but that not really helped either. I end up shortstacked pretty quick with blinds coming wich has led to frustration and bad decisions to a ranking i am embarrassed to have. I love to play poker tho im going to figure this out and be a solid player here one way or another.

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