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sit and go challenge

By: la;yton99 @ 16:36 (EST) / 346 / Comment ( 0 )
On sunday I made it to $3.30 twice and both times I got knocked out before the money. Not to be discouraged I carried on and made it past that level to the $5.50 game where I got knocked out in 4th (KK against AA) never mind.

I didn't play monday as was valentines and was busy. Today I made it through first level at $1.10 and I am going to play $3.30 before quitting for the night. First rule is to drop down to level 1 if getting knocked out as this keeps my bankroll where I want it. As I am gaining $1,20 from a win on first level.

$3.30 Out within 6 hands. Won first hand with tKQ against 99 I was in BB. Next AK big raise got called with K8 he hit 2 pair. 55 next short stacked hand same guy called my all-in with a flush draw with A6 hit his 6. Still not at the higher levels but the play wasn't good. Last time I played on $3.30 table the players were really good. Never mind.
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