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Cowboy's personal challenge!

Cowboy's personal challenge! - Mon Feb 20, 2012, 01:13 PM
19honu62's Avatar
Since: Jul 2010
Posts: 1,770
Okay Posse,

I have started from scratch again to challenge myself. I withdrew everything down to $21 and decided to see how fast I could get back up to the $15 9 mans and double them. I haven't really got any goals to post because I didn't follow this before especially by playing 1000 $.25 45 mans and 975 $3.50 9 man's
I started Feb 6th playing the $.25 45 man's and this morning just doubled after 41 games. I was multi tabling at the time so my results after 50 games is $12.90 which allows me to now move up to the $.50 turbo 45 man's.
Some might be wondering why I would play the $.25 games when I have the bankroll and success to play $15 games. I have two reasons......1. to show you that it can be done and 2. for the challenge. I am a recreational player and I don't play for points or volume I play to improve always and to play the best I can.
I have always been a winning player and by doing this hope to encourage those of you that can't get there to do what it takes to win! STUDY!
Study can come in many different forms whether it be reading or watching videos or hand history analysis or just simply playing and observing your weaknesses and not repeating those mistakes.
You guys know I am available to assist if you wish to pm me. Many of you are friends on skype and have my email too! Don't be shy! But do be willing to improve!

Giddy Up!
Mon Feb 20, 2012, 04:11 PM
Since: Oct 2010
Posts: 4,717
Good Luck on the challenge 19honu62

Wish i could dedicate longer time in watching video, studying and playing to improve my game.
Mon Feb 20, 2012, 04:12 PM
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Since: Aug 2010
Posts: 8,291
GL Cowboy!!

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