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/Oct/2011

hmmmm where to go from here

By: matt0278 @ 11:05 (EDT) / 199 / Comment ( 1 )
So after winning yesterday i was not sure what i wanted to do.  I played some 0.50/1 cap games on stars making a lil over 75 buks and about 100 vpps.  I might start watching a few videos on the lower limit cash games(cap games in particular).  If anyone knows where i can find some of these please send me a message.

As far as tourneys went i only played a couple yesterday as i had to work early due to it being thanksgiving.  I am having my turkey dinner today however cause its my youngest daughters 8 birthday so we opted to do everything together. 

ill be playing a few thing early today and maybe a couple later on depending on how the day goes

thanks for reading everyone glat the tables and take down a big one today

matt
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