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/Jul/2010

Back from a bit of a poker sabbatical...

By: paulodiablo @ 13:01 (EDT) / 207 / Comment ( 0 )
Well I've pretty much laid off poker for quite a few months now, and am hoping to get back into a playing groove this summer. I still haven't really had much of a chance to look over the new PSO site, although I was a little underwhelmed at the new courses. I guess I was expecting more, although they are probably exactly what the new player needs to get playing quickly. I haven't looked to see if any new content has since been posted, but I'm sure there's stuff coming down the pipe. I'll take a look shortly. I sure miss the the old course format that outlined a study plan though! Anyways... time to poke around I guess, and get back into the game. Good luck everyone! paulodiablo AKA thepowerplay
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