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/Dec/2010

Last tournament of the night

By: robowolfman @ 10:19 (EST) / 219 / Comment ( 0 )
I made another deep run last night. Ended in eleventh place. So i got another positive point count and bumped myself up to the low four hundreds. I set a goal of making it into the top one hundred which I would say is a pretty good goal. I know that i can do it but was worried about the way I started the month. I now know that if I keep playing patiently and dont let the bad beats that are bound to happen sometimes put me on tilt than I will be able to do it.  I did watch when we hit the final table that we had like three bad beats in arow where AK got beat by A9 when both went all in and two nines hit the flop. Have fun out there and I will see you at the tables.
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