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wsop las vegas - Wed Apr 18, 2012, 05:39 AM
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Since: Apr 2012
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im going to vegas in june im gonna try a few tourneys im looking for some truth about my failures on line if anyone like to be honest i played a few of u so u know my style id appreciate the truth thanks
 
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Wed Apr 18, 2012, 07:29 AM
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Hello 111badboy4ev,

May I be one of the first to welcome you here at PokerSchoolOnline, it's great to see you posting here.

I will give you THIS LINK to a thread with some useful info on getting started here and finding your way around.

I wish you luck in Vegas! Keep us updated on your progress in the Live Tournaments & Casinos (Brick & Mortar) section. There are some seasoned live tourney players that post here at PSO and I'm sure some will drop by with some useful advice for you.

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thank u for that - Wed Apr 18, 2012, 08:37 AM
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Since: Apr 2012
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hi royalraise85 i was there in november when o.dea won the money i did ok and cant wait to get back im not stupid its the experience im going for but i wanna cut out my mistakes if i had someone to badger me when i go off on a tangent it would make me knuckle down haha a game or 2 with good players me thinks wouldnt go amiss i go on tilt2 much lol u know the type i get bored sitting a bit of banter wouldnt be a bad thing and knowing im been watched might make me pay more attention ha i know it wouldnt make me any worse any advice would be greattly: appreciated
 

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