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my yearly start off blogg - Tue Jan 22, 2013, 06:57 PM
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Since: Nov 2011
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Well seem's strange to write a blogg about a blogg, and to be honest would not probably be writing this if ti was not for the new time vault challenge.
How do I feel about this challenge, I suppose it is a way to try and keep some sort of goals for the 2013 season.

However, I could be spending a year for nothing, as the reward for the blogging and write ups could be time wasted depending on how many winners there will be.
If the winners are drawn out of a hat then indeed i could be wasting my time.
With a huge prize promise though I suppose I would be the fool if I did not particapate.
Well I set out my goals, put it in the challenges, as requested for this challenge.

Not even sure if this blogg qualifies me for my unique code , but oh well im about oto hit the submit button
regards
steve


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Tue Jan 22, 2013, 08:13 PM
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Since: Jun 2010
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I have to disagree here holdemace.If you can set and keep to some goals for one year then you have won. The book and posts of course help,pso but should be thought of as a great time for review of your play, as well as a learning opportunities for us readers.


If you are only in this for the prizes your missing the point


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