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/Jan/2011

totally bad month

By: robowolfman @ 16:57 (EST) / 180 / Comment ( 0 )

Started out this month with a new strategy. Good idea since i was stuck in a rut. Felt like i was spinning my whells on black ice. Working hard at going nowhere. Only problem is that at the beginning of the month i didnt use the strategy that i wanted and ended up going out of alot of tournaments way earlier than i should. I have since changed it up and have now started moving back up the leaderboard. I am in the mid 1400s only because i made a huge jump with a deep run in this mornings tourney. i will continue to move up the board hoping to get into the five hundred rang within the next two days. hope to see you at the tables

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