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No guts, No glory

From Zero to hero, Well that's the theory...
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By: m.mahauariki @ 17:44 (EST) / 285 / Comment ( 0 )

I think the biggest mistake new players can make, (myself included) is being over confidate with no real concept of game play, styles and percentage rates......


Back to square one for me I think, no more running in microstake games half cocked thinking im the man, no more all bets Pre flop with marginal strong hands and losing to low pairs, more watching players and how they are player would benefit me more I think...

Now I have gone right back to sqaure one, I'm the kind of person that likes to plan,

I've set up my goals list, at the moment goal 1-8 basically comprise of study, study, study...

I'm thinking now I won't be ready for 2013 lauch into STT like I wanted but i'm flexiable, I'll throw 1-2 more months on top of that now and look towards ripping everything apart after the first quater....

look at me confidate as - lol

to be a winner you need to act like one.

anyway till next time,

Muzz out

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