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/Dec/2010

A little surprise!

By: texastinker2 @ 10:57 (EST) / 608 / Comment ( 0 )

I was scrolling down through the miles of email and saw and email from Pokerstars. I thought "uhm, I wonder what this is." It was an email announcing the PSO Warm up event. I thought well I've got to work to get there.  Then I scroll down a little more and there is another email from Pokerstars. Again I thought "uhm, I wonder what this is." It was an email telling me I had qualified for the December warm up! WOW! I was excited! I immediately told the family! I don't think they were as excited as me, oh well I;m excited enough for all of us!  So I thought I've got to play! Part of my problem is I can usually only make the last game offered due to the work I have to do on the ranch. So I looked at the clock. I can make it! So I popped over to pokerstars and YES! I got in! The other part of my problem is consistent play, at least I think so, but I'm working on that.  I didn't do well this first time, but I'm gonna keep working at it! 

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