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/Feb/2011

Break from poker maybe needed at times

By: waterguy888 @ 22:53 (EST) / 25 / Comment ( 0 )

     Recently i decided to take a break from poker, flustration and constant bad beats turned me off for awhile, so I took a break.  Like always I got the itch a few weeks laterand  now I find myself back in the game with fire and purpose.  I am back  playing and studing the game again with a new perspective.  Tonight I find myself thinking that a break is needed now and again to bring my game to a new level and also to refresh my fever for the game.  Maybe the old saying is true absence does make the heart grow fonder. I know some may disagree but if you find yourself not enjoying the game please take a few days to relax a bit and then come back to playing.  You may just find a new secret weapon that being, If your having fun playin you'll be more likely to win.

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