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Oops i did it again! - Mon Jan 21, 2013, 05:24 PM
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Since: Feb 2012
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ive got that **deleted inappropriate language JWK24** britney spears song stuck in my head! I know you guys are probably thinking................"Man this guy sounds like hes stuck in a loop!"
And well you would be right!
After reading the section on varience and upswings and downswings. I armed myself with the starting hand chart and made a foray into the world of CAP .25/50 no imit games.
Now i hear you say "when is this guy gonna learn his lesson? playing above b/r limits will get you nowhere!"
I had just reread the B/R section and decided i felt comfortable playing this level and wasnt going to spend more than i could afford!
I took $10 onto a table and quickly turned my initial $20 deposit into $60. After grinding for about 2hrs and not going up or down i decided to go play some .25/.50 heads up.
i won another $40 in about 10 mins! I should have bailed then and there! but instead decided i would feel comfortable playing .50/1 heads up............this quickly started feeling very UNcomfortable!
I lost half my bankroll in abot 15mins so decided to go back to the CAP games. My upswing had turned into an avalanche of gigantic proportions! after another hour i was down to $13 lol (i sent the old man $10 so it wasnt all lost!)
Well its time to start again.
Back to .1/.2c tables!
See you out there guys, B.p

Last edited by JWK24; Mon Jan 21, 2013 at 05:28 PM..
 

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