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Cheon57 Corral Stake times picked days not set yet - Sun Feb 20, 2011, 01:31 PM
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I plan on playing in the 7PM EST $11 25k guarantee and the 12PM EST $22 20k guarantee.

Right now I am tentatively planning on playing the $11 tomorrow and the $22 the following day depending on how deep I run in the first one.

A deep run in the $11 probably means a fairly late night and I might not be as sharp the following morning.

That being the case I might wait to play the $22 until Wednesday or even Thursday.

Good luck to all those who are playing or preparing to play their stakes.

I turn chat off during play so I am not ignoring you just not hearing you.



Will post Tourney ID and such in appropriate thread when I enter.

Last edited by Cheon57; Sun Feb 20, 2011 at 01:43 PM..
 
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Sun Feb 20, 2011, 01:37 PM
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Hi Cheon ,
good luck in your tournaments , I've qualified for the 1/4 Million at 8.30pm wet usually 34k players but I am amazed how quickly it get's down to 7/8k people left in and the bubble start's at 5400th usually.
 
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Sun Feb 20, 2011, 01:42 PM
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Thanks and the best of luck to you.
I considered playing in the Sunday 1/4 but have done so before and didn't want to use the stake to chase thru such a large field.
I am really looking forward to playing in the tourneys I have picked out and I like my chances in both..
 

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