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ACP-America's Cup of Poker - Sat Apr 02, 2011, 06:51 PM
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Have decided that tonight, while I'll be playing the normal PSO games, I will also be playing for my country in the ACP tourneys. Although, I'm sure Canada(having over 280 entrants at this time,) can defeat Peru(having only a tenth of that playing,) without me, I'll still be putting forth the effort. Just wondering if anyone else plans on playing these tourneys??

 
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Sat Apr 02, 2011, 07:15 PM
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Have decided that tonight, while I'll be playing the normal PSO games, I will also be playing for my country in the ACP tourneys. Although, I'm sure Canada(having over 280 entrants at this time,) can defeat Peru(having only a tenth of that playing,) without me, I'll still be putting forth the effort. Just wondering if anyone else plans on playing these tourneys??

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