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ty PSO - Wed Feb 15, 2012, 01:30 AM
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Since: Jan 2011
Posts: 21
Well I think my obsession with poker is over since starting these tournies in late december I am cured. been playing on here for years and now I just dont enjoy poker anymore. on the upside I have a whole lot more free time to do other stuff. I wonder how many people have left this site after playing the open league lol.
 
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Wed Feb 15, 2012, 01:47 AM
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Since: Nov 2011
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Hi mate,yes the open league as its effects on people but personally I would not let that be the reason for loss of heart for the game,you know they are mostly beginners who play in the league.

Why not step back for a while, reevaluate the situation especially if you have been playing for a while, seems a waste.

Watch some pokerstars tv and normal tv when its on, try to get your fighting spirit back.
I know mate I loose my heart all the time for it but its the passion that brings me back.

Try free chips ,so you can have a laugh and a joke that helps mate. Regroup your self and take a look at your game and study if needed.
Take time out especially if you feel you should be winning do not give up. If theres other reasons then fair play, but not because of the league mate.
 

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