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/Aug/2010

Let Me Introduce Myself

By: sugv @ 00:02 (EDT) / 290 / Comment ( 0 )
My Poker Stars name is sugv. I have been playing about three years and live in Las Vegas. I only just recently took it seriously. This year I really step up my playing time, now almost everyday. I have won some tournaments and sit 'n gos. Right now just a slightly profitable player. I really do dream of doing this for a living. That is why I am here. To learn the games, make enough money to someday go into work and tell my employer to stick it. I work on the strip and get to see the major poker tournaments all the time. I see the famous players on a daily basis. I want to be like them. This blog will disclose my thoughts as I go through this poker life. I hope this will help me grow by putting out there. Any comments will be appreciated. sugv
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