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Nadakelvin snuck in through the service entrance... - Wed Dec 28, 2011, 07:24 AM
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Hi guys,

Nadakelvin reporting for felt duty live from down under. Returning to poker after a few years off due to life commitments off the table.

I'm mainly a limit cash player for my grind. I love my NL MTT as my relaxation and I used to be a bit of a demon at HORSE even though OMAHA has always seemed like a foreign language most of the time ( thats right you peoples are gunna help the aussie get to grips with his weakest game )

A few years back i managed to grind out a roll of over 10k from a start of $500 before life rudely interrupted my dreams of becoming a semi pro - pro player. Im grinding micro for a few weeks before i start my journey again because i need to get the layer of donkey rust off my chip hand and because i promised to show the wife that i could get serious about my poker before she lets me get back to it for the serious grind.

I have the goal of seeing a steady upwards climb in both bankroll and the safe limits i can be comfortable with. I would like to see a few decent cashes in minor MTT over the next couple of months and would like to work on a seat at a big event by the end of next year if not sooner.

I am going to get back into my local poker league to get my live play back in order ( i final tabled 3 of the 5 local events i played in the season before i quit )

I hope to be a regular contributor to this magnificent resource and i hope to see a lot of you at the tables both on stars and hopefully live very soon.

Best of skill my friends and the luck will follow.
 
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Wed Dec 28, 2011, 07:36 AM
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Hey Kelvin,

Hows it going?

Welcome to the forum!

A 10K roll is pretty impressive so if you can get things going in that direction again maybe you can point a few of the rest of us in the right direction

If you need any further help or info just post it here or drop me a pm.

Cheers,

TC

Last edited by JWK24; Mon Mar 05, 2012 at 04:32 PM..
 
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Wed Dec 28, 2011, 07:41 AM
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Thanks for the welcome TC. Already eating every link on the forums to get the poker mind sharp again. In the time i have had off poker things have certainly changed and a resource like this is just an incredible thing for poker in general.

My inbox is always open too
 
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Wed Dec 28, 2011, 08:19 AM
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Since: Sep 2010
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Hiya Kelvin,

Welcome to the forum! I hope you get a lot out of this community. I don't play limit games, but maybe we'll see each other at the tables sometime! If you need any help reviewing some hands, feel free to drop by the Hand Analysis forums anytime.
 
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Mon Jan 09, 2012, 05:36 PM
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Since: Jul 2010
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Welcome to PSO and the forum Kelvin.

Thanks for the intro.
We look forward to you becoming a regular contributor here. Best of luck in getting that roll back where it should be.

Lots of great people dwell here so be sure and ask if you have any questions.
 

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