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/Feb/14

blogging the journey into poker

By: pokerpod69 @ 07:33 (EST) / 212 / Comment ( 1 )

I will be using the skills I gain in pokerschool to see just how good i actually get. I'm currently at 33% on the beginners bankroll challenge entering the next open skill league tournament to progress will see how i get on.

 

 

Well that could have gone better finished 3375th out of 10000  all in with top pair with open straight draw after flop put out by a set of 9's.

now waiting for progress to update to move onto next level

Still waiting been over 48 hrs think i will need to contact support

won a $3.30 Tournement ticket in a school pass event in top 9 out off 2529 now going to try that again in the tourney i use ticket on thinking possibly one of the bounty builder tourney's noticed some bounties get quite high in the later stages be good for the bankroll i think will post the outcome here

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