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/Feb/2011

Reaching another level

By: puppymudhead @ 12:40 (EST) / 200 / Comment ( 0 )

Well believe it or not I think I reached another level. I wonder how many levels there are. The only problem is that I have been on this level before. Joking aside  this is more of a results level than a playing level and I am happy with how I am playing. I just want to be as happy with how much I am making. Negative 4 % ROI really isn't bad when you look at others results but negative anything just can't be acceptable in my minds eye, I see how at least the pro's that I keep up with are negative ROI in most cases for long periods of time until they hit a monster cash. Of course the results I am seeing don't include cash tables. A lifetime here and a lifetime there and after while I'll get a handle on this.

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