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/Sep/2011

LEARNING FROM MISTAKES OR BAD PLAY

By: tommy_boy.co @ 13:13 (EDT) / 156 / Comment ( 0 )
When thy slated Thomas Edison for failing 697 times (approximately) for not making a light bulb work,with various materials and all kinds of substances and years of experiments he replied"I didn't fail 697 times to make the light bulb work,I proved successfully that 697 substances did not make it  work till I got the right one"CLASS REPLY. Apply the same outlook to your poker mistakes.It's a positive learning curve.

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future champ

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