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My free money challenge. watch as I go from zero in my account . I am trying to get to 100$ from nothing.

/Aug/2010

A new conclusion

By: sharkbait08 @ 13:21 (EDT) / 119 / Comment ( 0 )
I used to have alot of confidence in my game math is good reads are pretty good timing was always right. I felt at times in the last couple of yrs I could play with the best of them. The last few days I have felt I played well but was getting caught up in some bad spots. I think I am wrong I think that I have really sucked it up bad lately I have blogged the last to bloggs about being over aggressive way to early ... however yesterday I done the same thing I need to slow down play early and pick my spots better. I hope when todays PSO League games kick of I will remember this.
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