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$10 Dollar to $5000 BANKROLL challenge

Ambitious enough, deposit $10 and see if i can run it up.
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By: shinjibe @ 07:34 (EDT) / 123 / Comment ( 0 )

I've been playing for fun more or less for 2-3 years in which time i've lost $2000 there or there abouts, about $10 every week so have decided to take this challenge on as I way to focus up my game and hopefully regain my loses.





As you can see $10 dollars so let the fun/grind begin.

To begin I will be playing $0.10 Sit n go and will try to build from there.

For the cynical I will state before I begin that if I blow the bankroll the challenge will be a failure, so i'll admit to that if It swings that way (no point lying to yourself you know) then might as well be honest about it.


Don't want to go on a riverboat down denial and write a blog about $5000 lost and clinical depression.






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