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/Sep/2010

Seemingly stuck in the 70th percentile

By: zaeroq @ 23:23 (EDT) / 206 / Comment ( 0 )
It seems to me that the jargon used in quizzes following the great courses to teach amateurs about poker don't match too well. Whatever is happening, I keep looking at questions that don't follow precisely what I learned from the courses. Anyone else experience such a problem? In other news, I am still waiting for Pokerstars to get used to my bank account... For anyone considering using their bank account (or only have the e-check system available to you) to add cash to their Pokerstars bankroll please consider that you will have to wait a FULL 48 HOURS before depositing any additional funds to play poker with. I made the mistake on depositing only $10 when I knew that I would probably use $20 this weekend. Oh well... that's why there are freerolls. This is my 1st post. I hope there will be more. And I hope you are reading (Mr. Daniel Negreanu)...
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