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So it is time for my first update. First I want to thank everyone for their support and positive feedback. I hope to inform as well as entertain throughout the rest of my posts. Everyone not interested in poker skip the first two paragraphs. We will do poker first this time. So I dropped down to play the 50NL FR games on Stars the other day and boy was that a shock. ... <a href="/blogs/positively4thstreet/58531-I-Have-the-Nuts-Just-to-Give-You-a-HU-and-They-are-Black-and-Yellow">(continued)</a>
View from my bedroom window my first morning here So this is the first time I have ever written a blog so let me first give you some quick background on myself. I am 30 years old, married to a beautiful Brazilian woman(Bruna) who is studying Food Science at UMass, and live in Amherst, MA. We have a super cute min pin named Coffee who garners most of our attention. I am currently living in a super baller mansi ... <a href="/blogs/positively4thstreet/58151-Jaws-Reiki-and-the-View">(continued)</a>
Hi, I have played poker on and off for a 4-5 years and a couple of years back I was playing 25nl and winning over a fairly small sample size, However, studying got kind of hectic and I had to shelve poker for a few months and when I came back to it I could not get back in the grove and did not have the motivation to work on my game to get it back to my previous standard, so I stopped playing for the best ... <a href="/blogs/donkeynuts/48791-Donkey-nuts-Poker-Adventure-Begins">(continued)</a>
Let me start of by telling the story of Simpleme.. I got to know poker through a friend of mine who told me that he was gonna rent a studio paying it with his poker winnings every month. I started laughing and told him that gambling really was not healthy. ( FYI this same friend just had another 30.000$ week ) . When more people in my direct environment started playing poker, they convinced me to try and take a 50$ no deposit bo ... <a href="/blogs/simpleme/1641-Never-give-up">(continued)</a>
This is a paragraph i like very much. It is from the book â€œSmall Stakes Holdâ€™em, winning big with expert playâ€ by _Ed Miller, David Sklansky & Mason Malmuth. If you â€œrun badâ€, or get a bad beat for a couple of hundred dollars. This is the way to calm you down. Random and Independent Events The human brain is very good at identifying patterns. We draw quigles on a page to represent abstract ideas, and every ... <a href="/blogs/docm/575-Running-bad-Read-this-quote-">(continued)</a>
www.donkfestpoker.com / www.6max.nl I think Iâ€™ve made a tremendous amount of progress over the past week pretty much studying the game all day long, because I have nothing else to do since Iâ€™m waiting for DC to get me tracked on Unibet. My progress pretty much evolves around my postflop skills. And I want to go over two conecpts, which Iâ€™ve learned by watching alot of videos on DC and taking notes. I th ... <a href="/blogs/mcdoxy/88-The-Beauty-of-Thinking-Outside-the-Box">(continued)</a>
Look out! Thereâ€™s a new player in town! â€¦ or atleast at the tables. â€œQuest for Greatnessâ€ pretty much describes me trying to move up in stakes as high as I can. I will use this blog to share my experiences as well as my progress in poker and also life in general. Iâ€™m also blogging on www.donkfestpoker.com / www.6max.nl with Acombfosho from DC. You might wanna check it out. Maybe I should just tell you guys a l ... <a href="/blogs/mcdoxy/73-The-Quest-for-Greatness">(continued)</a>