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Written on March 03 2010 by thkcduckworth
It has been over ten days since I last blogged, but it’s not because I’ve been lazy or too busy, but because I’ve had nothing to blog about!
Last week was a terrible week for me on PKR as I spiralled downward hard and fast. Now I understand that downswings go hand in hand with upswings but last thing I couldn’t catch a break as everything and anything went wrong.
Written on February 17 2010 by thkcduckworth
I played at Crown a few nights ago.
The short story is that I played real terrible at the start to be in for three buy-ins on a $2-3 NLH table before kicking myself in the ass to play better and grind back to near even . . . only to donk it all off at about hour twelve of my session.
Following my live donk off and my downswing online, there was only one thing left to do.
. . . I grabbed the noose, hung it over the . . .
No. Just kidding.
Written on February 13 2010 by thkcduckworth
As most of you know I have been playing online solely at PKR.
I deposited $500 just before the end of last year and began playing $0.10-0.25c No Limit Holdem with an emphasis on full ring play ahead of six-handed. Although I have been running below EV, I have managed to run my account up to $1,380 playing solely NLH with maybe 300 hands of PLO and one tournament (which I cashed in).
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