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/Aug/2010

September

By: shivaa-divaa @ 21:03 (EDT) / 123 / Comment ( 0 )
Well, this week I planned to practise my strategy for booting up the leaderboard to be ready for my real run at it in September. However I only got to play one game this week. Instead I had a movie night with my friend who recently moved back to TO and we talked for HOURS :D. That was Monday night. Tuesday night I think I played and got booted out fairly early. My strategy is hard to stick to for someone with my personality. This is not going to be easy. The rest of the week I watched three movies (The Last Excorcism is great btw), went to Second City, a comedy club and spend the weekend at the beach. My point is it's HARD to play poker when the sun is shining and outdoor WI-FI is so undependable. Go deep, all!
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