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20 VPPS

By: julestubby25 @ 09:18 (EDT) / 241 / Comment ( 0 )

I earned my 20 vpps for the month but I had to make a deposit in order to get the last .48 vpps that I needed. Unfortunately, I'm having a rough month in PSO and won't be cashing for the first time since the league started in July. I'm looking forward to starting from scratch next month as an active player. Hopefully, I won't have to make any more deposits because I made a promise to myself that I wouldn't deposit anymore of my own money on stars or any other poker site. I decided to make the deposit this time and this time only because I was so close to being an active player for next month PSO. I am looking forward to getting back on my game in next months PSO and hopefully finishing in the top 100 and collecting at least 50 bucks to add to my bankroll which currently stands at $9.77 thanks to my $10 deposit. Anyway, I hope to see you guys out there next month and to get back on track after a tough month of October. 

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