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wow three full days of poker and no sleep at least im starting to make
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/Jan/2014

rush poker ,to do or to die

By: r3dr0cks @ 19:21 (EST) / 232 / Comment ( 3 )

well where do i start .about two months ago i started to play at the larger rush poker tables i seam to have more luck or its becouse people dont just play bingo all the time .

i must say though i am getting alot better not including the past month , eg, i like to play the .05/.10 tables and like to start with the minimum amont $5 or $7  and will either build my stack at least three to four times the amont i started with yer i have up a level and starting to get a points average of about 30 points per sitting but even after improving so mush it only takes one hand to put me back were i started i gotta stop playing all nighters coz its only when the sun comes up i start to lose my chips again 

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