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Was on fire and then I started getting called down with 6-7.....

I was going deep in tourneys and sit and gos and then....
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/Dec/2013

Back to back freeroll tourneys!!!

By: rupertBlack @ 12:29 (EST) / 229 / Comment ( 1 )

    So after taking a good beating on the felt the past couple days I came back with a vengeance.... and a good help from lady luck! I placed in the top 70 in two freeroll tourneys in the same day and I feel a great sense of accomplishment for doing so. I was catching cards, calling bluffs and making some well timed bluffs of my own. I am beginning to see where my faults lie - and I know this sounds like a stupid plug for PSO, but seriously the tips and advice they offer on PokerSchool has helped me with my game considerably. I read a few things here and there on PSO and watch their videos and I am making better calls and laying down KK when I feel they are beat. Now if I can only cash on a money tourney or SNG I will be really happy! Good Luck everyone  ~rupertBlack~

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