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I'm not a poker player but I'm not Joe Stapes either :)

my poker experience...and funny moments
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February started really rough... all my efforts from January to build my BR gone to wind as I lost all

with start of february.

I haven't had time or been succesful in mtt and sng so I decided to play cash games only this month... I played mostly 6man max regular and zoom... 2nl and 5nl... and some brief session of 25nl ...

it started with a great downswing that was leading to me sitting an 25nl and having best 100 hands on PS ... 

so... we are at ground zero again... with chrome star achieved in no time  

my plan now is 100$ till end of february... something I had achieved in january but had this week of playing bad and lacking luck I think... for MArch I hope to build it even futher so I can make a little money machine hahahahahaha

 

good luck all except when you play against me  

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