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Frustration not a bad beat - Sun Aug 28, 2011, 05:06 PM
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Since: Jun 2010
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I managed to make it to the 4,000 FPP level of the PCA (started with 50 FPP's)
So here I am, doing very well when all of a sudden, frigging Irene cuts the power with only 54 players to be knocked out.

10 minutes later, I checked on my Iphone to see if I got lucky and got an eamil saying I qualified for the 12,000 FPP level, and wooppy I did.

Now that the power is back on, I went and checked when the tournament would be held, to find out that it was finished and that I didn't make it to the other one.

Dam Dam Irene, got to try all over again Dam Dam f*** f***

Oh well.....................still Dam dam f***

OK I'm done, I feel better.......................NOT dam dam

OK now I feel better...lol
 
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Tue Aug 30, 2011, 07:25 AM
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Since: Jan 2010
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Unlucky i had power cut problems my self in july and i know what ur going through, looks like us poker players need a backup power supply that will run our pc even though power cuts out. Thats a must investment for online poker players. GL
 

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