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The Devil's Reject


July 18, 2010

By: paulodiablo @ 13:30 (EDT) / 251 / Comment ( 0 )
I've got 5 games under my belt since getting back into the swing of things. 2 sng's, 2 multi-table sng's, and one big mtt. I cashed in 3 out of 5 of them, which I'm pretty happy with overall. I screwed myself in the last one by slowplaying a flopped straight; when the turn paired the board, I pushed all-in and lost to a full house. Shat... I totally know better than to do that, but was just being stupid I guess. I have to retract a little bit of what I said about the new courses. I checked out the new SNG and course, and thought it was pretty solid. I don't totally play that way, but there were a few new things I saw in there and will probably try out in my game. I hope they come up with little courses like that for all the mainstream games like Omaha, Stud and all the variations. I still wish they had the Course of Study format too. Been checking out the forum a bit too. Is it just me, or is the forum harder to navigate than it was before? My too favorite functions were "check new posts" and "read my posts" to keep up on recent threads and threads that I've participated in. I've since figured out how to read the recent posts, but not my threads. Just seems less user friendly to me. The forums are also overrun with complaints about the leagues. I haven't played the leagues, so I don't really care that much about them, but I sure hope the forums eventually settle down and get into some other more interesting content. BTW... my old username on PSO is thepowerplay. I'm assuming lots of old timers had to change their names too. Are there any old timers still kicking around here? I haven't really seen any responses about the new look of the school... I'm still kind of undecided, although I'm happy it's still alive. Is the old community still intact? It's great there are new people participating here, but ease up on the forum posts about people sitting out and how crappy the leagues are please! Oh well... good luck with your game everyone.
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