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/Aug/2010

moving in the right dir.

By: nickolai693 @ 07:26 (EDT) / 184 / Comment ( 0 )
Been so so during the pso tourneys way to many dumb az "s playing stupid plays way more than in the freerolls anyways moving up in the standings . Lastnight I got to play in 3 the 5:30 one well that was my mistep and it cost me -10 lol ouch but made it up in the 8 pm game got 30 some points then some more points in the 10pm game so not bad . I'm ranked around 800 and something. What i have also done while playing in the pso tourneys is play in others at the same time and the teachings are working because i qualified twice for the big game also took down a 2-7 tourney to qual for the weekly 2000 freeroll and I never have played 2 -7 before hell my stats will show that but once I got the hang of it I was moving finished 15th out of 7000 but I let it go then because I had two psos going yes I am well on my way to my goal and I am going to try and do this thru freerolls and reinvesting the winnings from the freerolls gl at the tables
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