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/Mar/2013

Goal update - Late is better than never!

By: mimesis.is @ 01:32 (EST) / 58 / Comment ( 3 )

I did it! I've doubled my initial investment of $50 at the 1/2NL zoom tables (plus a few random sitngo's and tourneys)

The hand that got me over the line:

I was hoping to keep his AK/AJ etc in the hand and seems like it worked out for me (I was too scared to raise for value given that his range included potential better overcards etc, maybe a bit too tight of a call?). Love all the loose players out there

 

With that I'm going to invest in a HUD, still haven't decided which out of HEM2 and PT4. Anyone have advice on which is preferable for a predominantely zoom player?

 

Also the Big Bang, Micromillions and March Madness to look forward to! I'm not too sure how many events i'll be playing out of the latter two, I guess we'll see how we go.

 

GL all at the tables,

is

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