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/Oct/2010

My Journey So far!

By: simonm8 @ 07:36 (EDT) / 190 / Comment ( 0 )
Well after a few unsuccessful attempts of playing poker and loosing money to quickly, i decided it was time for a break, so haven't really played for quite a few months. Decided now was the time to learn to play proper and play more tight and not as loose as i used to.. So i was pleasantly surprised that when i logged back on i came across the PSO on here, So straight away i had a look and signed up.. Have now managed to to get through the Basic and Core courses so far, although have failed the SNG :-(.. Sadly it don't tell me where i went wrong!.. so will go back and read the course materials and try again later. Need to start playing some of the League games now, and hopefully become a lot better player, especially when it comes to the bankroll, where im not very good at managing! So fingers crossed i will learn to play the game a lot better and understand it.. Then hopefully win some money along the way! Updates to follow!!
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