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/Jan/2014

20% in 24hours

By: pekmansick @ 09:56 (EST) / 302 / Comment ( 0 )

 

Guess time has come for my first whining blog... 

in last 24 hours I lost 20% of my 65$ bankroll... ectaually all my january profit gone... 

I was wondering why am I running that good lately... and for first time making small profit... now I know  so could lose al in a day... 

It is ok... I don't really know how I feel about it right now... I am at the begining... starting bankroll.

All my loses are from 2nl 6men ring and zoom... maybe there lays the answer maybe not...

don't kow how to continiue right now and feeling insecure should a make a small break?

when I look at my loseing hands I havent played that bad... ak against floped set of k ... ace high flush against straght flush... and so on...  I really seen some great hands unfortunetly not in my posession...

ok I did this... 

enough whining, going to play some PES... and tomorow is another day hope luck will be on my side 

 

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