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/Jan/2014

A 1st Tilt

By: tjvomauricio @ 16:09 (EST) / 195 / Comment ( 0 )

Yesterday was a really bad day.

After attaining my amazing results before I was confident enough to try ZOOM. BIG MISTAKE!

I was ok in the start, but then I started to play more loose and has consequence I end up loosing up to $5 at which point I decided to stop playuing ZOOM.

At this point I was so pissed at myself that I decided to recover everything that same day. Playing where I felt comfortable full ring normal 2NL.

It started ok, but soon a run of bad beats and my tilting and bad mood took the best of it. Making me loose another $2 putting me back at aroun $8.

Luckily I had the good sense to stop playing. Otherwise I think the results would've been disastrous.

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