July 16, 2011


I am looking to take on 4-6 horses for my HU cash stable. Below are the criteria should you wish to apply. Do not apply if you do not meet criteria.

- Available record of 30k minimum hand sample at HU or 6-max cash games 25NL+. In some cases PTR may substitute if no HEM/PT3 data is available

-At least 1 solid reference who is willing to vouch for you ( if you have done trades in 2p2 transfer thread list a few links)

-Agree to full disclosure of your entire poker history (If you have been staked before include past staker contact info)

-Applicants must be willing to agree to a contract of 50k hands minimum. With option to renew contract.

***How To Apply***
Send resume to hustake@live.ca
Include your skype contact details, graphs,references, all screen names, PTR links and a brief summary as to why you should be picked. Also include a rough estimate of how many hours you can play per week

% deals will be negotiated based on your level of risk, and will be negotiated in private. There will be some coaching involved as well. 

Posted By WaLkOfLiFe at 10:39 AM


July 15, 2011




Posted By WaLkOfLiFe at 09:55 AM


June 10, 2011

6Max Update #2

Have not played as much as I'd like, but the next few days should involve a lot of playing.

Here is a HH from the sessions so far.. I will leave out my own comments for better discussion

Had no real reads on vil. Over about 15 hands he was running 30/16 or so.

Poker Stars $25.00 No Limit Hold'em - 5 players - View hand 1337068
DeucesCracked Poker Videos Hand History Converter

BTN: $21.27
SB: $31.55
Hero (BB): $26.01
UTG: $71.79
CO: $27.33

Pre Flop: ($0.35) Hero is BB with J of hearts A of diamonds
2 folds, BTN calls $0.25, 1 fold, Hero raises to $1, BTN calls $0.75

Flop: ($2.10) 2 of spades K of spades A of hearts(2 players)
Hero bets $1.50, BTN raises to $4.50, Hero calls $3

Turn: ($11.10) 7 of clubs(2 players)
Hero checks, BTN bets $7.00

screen shot of stats by pos thus far

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Posted By WaLkOfLiFe at 12:25 AM


June 08, 2011

6Max Update #1

I have played around 2100 hands in 2-3 sessions across 6-8 tables. Sadly there aren't any hands interesting enough to post for discussion :(.. but I am sure they will come.

More updates soon.. Games seem ridiculously good so far.. I will post a screen shot of stats and at least some HH in my next post

 garf so far. Peace

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Posted By WaLkOfLiFe at 01:01 AM


June 06, 2011

Poker Plans

I just started typing a full blog entry summarizing a chain of events that lead to the suffering of my poker game, and about 80% of the way through I lost the entire document. I will make a post about my current plans in poker, what I am going to work on , and what I plan to play for the immediate future. Maybe sometime soon I will get the ambition to re-type the whole thing :/

With events like Black Friday, and my recent gambling escapade I decided not to keep a lot of money online, so I am very, very short rolled to begin with. I have neglected the mental aspects of poker, and I don't feel like I have spent nearly enough time trying to better myself mentally, so I plan to spend an indefinite amount of time trying to wrangle the tilt beast while being less concerned with my strategical ability/growth. I mentioned I am short rolled, so in light of  this I am going to start playing 25NL 6M exclusively on Stars. I will update everyday in this blog with graphs and the top 3-4 interesting hands. I am going to start with 25 buyins, and the goal is not to only spot leaks, but to grow/improve mentally. I will move up in stakes as soon as I reach 25 buyins for the next level.

Lastly there will be some free money on the line for anyone who reads this :O. I will lay out some conditions, and if I do not meet the set conditions someone will receive a free sum of money.

  • I must update with graph and HH every 48 hours. If I go beyond 48 hours the first person to comment on my latest post calling me on it will receive $50 on stars, or MONEYBOOKERS
  • If I update saying "took day off nothing to report" more than 2 days in a row with out a legit excuse the first person to comment on my latest post calling me on it will get $150 on Stars or MONEYBOOKERS ( I won't make up legit excuses I am a str8 shooter )

That is all  GL

Posted By WaLkOfLiFe at 02:51 AM


May 19, 2011

Gambling Story Part. 4

On some level I knew that continuing to play was bad, but when in the frenzy the logical straight thinking person doesn't have a say in the matter. I spun long enough to lose $3k putting me at $15k even and forced myself to take a break, so I could think about things for a moment. It was no use to try and think logically about it. I was going to play, and that was it.

It took me about 15 minutes to lose $14k, and for some unknown reason I felt fine about it this time. I did not feel sick or bad, I just felt numb to it at this point. I only had $1k left on Party Poker and in a weird way I was relieved because I knew I was almost done. I decided to make my last two spins by wagering $500 per number, on one number per spin. I clicked the $500 chip and laid my bet on number 17, which I lost. For my last and final bet I clicked the $500 chip and laid my bet on number 7, which also lost. I was not mad, or unhappy, I knew this was inevitable. I decided I would ban myself for 30 days in hope that I would be done with my gambling binge by then. I poked around Party's software trying to find the self-exclusion option. I sifted through about 3 different sections of their software with out finding it, when I noticed I was eligible for a no strings attached instant $50 bonus. I accepted the bonus and figured I may as well spin it. I sat down with my "free" $50 and decided to place $25 bets on two numbers. I chose the numbers quickly, numbers 2 and 25. I hit the spin button and sure enough number 25 was the winner, which paid $900. I did not flinch, by this time I had wagered so many large bets that a $900 win didn't even feel like a win (which is crazy). 

I figured I should go for all or nothing with my new found $900. The first bet I placed was $100 on four numbers, with plans of betting the remaining $500 on one number the next spin. Spin one was a loser, and I remember having this strong "good feeling" about number 1. I remember thinking " I wish they would let me bet more because number 1 is gonna hit". With no hesitation I plopped my last $500 down on number 1, and hit the spin button. The wheel came to rest, and as if I were Nostradamus himself the winning number was number 1, and just like that I won the $18k back. I was almost frustrated to win because once again I had a lot to lose. The sick feeling I had grown a custom to was back, and it was worse than ever.

I sat for a few minutes pleading with myself to just book the win and move on. To this day that is one of the strangest experiences I have ever had. Talking to yourself in that way doesn't seem possible?, but it is like I am 2 people. Person 1 is a calculative, logical person who always tries to better himself through solid decision making. Person number 2 is a balls out psycho when it comes to risk, and he just wants more and more, regardless of the  inevitable -EV ending. The psycho in me usually wins these battles, and he just won yet again, I was spinning in less than 3 minutes of my self forced break.

Thousands of dollars were changing hands every minute. By the time I had lost $8k back I began to realize how ridiculous everything had become. I started to accept the fact that I may have developed a problem, and the spins came to a halt. I began running through a checklist of things I would have someone else do if they were uncontrollably gambling. The best first step seemed to be killing the enabler, which right now was Party Poker. I closed the table as fast as I could and desperately tried to find the self exclusion option. Eventually I found it, and before I excluded myself I cashed the remaining $10k to moneybookers. I decided to exclude myself for 3 days in case I had to login to send documents, or in case I had to login again for other reasons related to the cash off. I was finally banned from all sites, and all things gambling, and it felt good.

The Aftermath

The ordeal ended with me winning somewhere near $35k playing roulette. I can report that I have not faltered since that final spin on Party Poker, and I hope I never play again. To all who read this I would say DON'T GAMBLE. No sports, roulette, blackjack, dice, or any other game of chance. It is just not worth it. It can lead to serious problems very easily, and without you even realizing it. There is just no god that can come from wagering on games of chance. You will lose. I don't want to get preachy, but I really believe it's an easy trap to fall into, especially if you are a poker player who plays on sites where these many games of chance are offered. That is all I have to say, good luck to everyone.


Posted By WaLkOfLiFe at 01:45 PM


May 17, 2011

Gambling Story Part. 3

My balance now read $72k, and the feeling I had is difficult to describe. It was a good feeling mixed with feelings of angst. I knew the money was still in play, and that made me fearful, so I stopped playing for a few minutes to try and gather my thoughts, and figure out what I should do. I just sat staring blankly at the cashier window. My mind was not working very well because at this point I had not slept in over 27 hours, but the adrenaline rush was so powerful that I did not feel like sleeping. I browsed the internet for a while, and before I knew it I was already thinking about playing more. I plead with myself not to do it, but it was no use, I was going to play again.

I spun the $22k away faster than I won it, and was back to $50k. I continued to hit the spin button over and over again.  I didn't have a thought, or a feeling about it, I was numb. I didn't know if I was winning or losing at this point. I just kept mindlessly hitting the spin button. I am not sure how long this lasted, but when I snapped out of it I was down to $25k. When I realized what I did, I said out loud "you pissed away almost $50k"  I was shocked for a second, then fury set in. I was so mad that I could let myself do this. I sat and replayed it in my head over and over again thinking how lucky I was, and that I blew it, but it was done, and there was no taking it back. I double checked my moneybookers cash off for $10k, and then went to bed.

I woke up the next day, and the first thing I did was rush to my computer to see if I had dreamed everything that had happened, because surely I was not capable of REALLY doing things like this. It was not a dream, and the balance was indeed $25k. I was no longer mad, or upset about it, and I accepted that it happened. I decided to spend the day planning for the $25k injection my poker bankroll would receive, and in less than 30 minutes I was already contemplating the idea of playing again, but luckily I was fresh, and decided immediately that I would inquire about having my casino games disabled. I got on live chat support and requested that I be blocked from the casino games permanently, and in less than 5 minutes I was forever banned. It felt good, almost like a burden had been lifted from my shoulders, and now I felt like I could seriously plan my poker finances. I ultimately decided I would play some higher stakes games ranging from 5/10 to 10/20 with a strict stop loss. 

A few days passed and the poker was going poorly, but I was having a lot of fun playing those stakes. I played mostly 6max and occasionally HU VS. some of the 5/10 and 10/20 regulars. I had lost about $5k over a few days, which is not much at those stakes, but I decided I would drop down and make 2/4 my standard game until I felt like I was playing my best. I splashed around for a few more days in the mid-stakes 6max games with out anything really note worthy happening. I didn't have money on any other sites besides bodog at the time because like most people I panic cashed from FTP/STARS when Black Friday happened, so I had limited options. The action on bodog was great, but at times it was very slow with not many games running. I figured when my moneybookers cash out was done I would try more sites, so I started to research which ones were best in terms of traffic and rakeback. I made screen names on a few different Euro networks, and got all of the proof of address and identification stuff done in advance so i'd have no troubles moving money on and off, and the sites that had casino's I made sure to block myself immediately just in case.

A few more days passed and my moneybookers cash out was still not processed. I was checking my email to see if there was any update on the status of the cash out, and saw I had an email from the casino department. The email was to notify me that my 72 hour casino ban had been lifted, and they wanted to welcome me back to the casino. I was like wtf?, I thought requested it to be disabled permanently?. I logged into the client and tried to open a roulette table, and sure enough it let me buy-in. Immediately I was thinking OMG this is bad I have to quickly tell support I want it disabled FOREVER, but before I got the live chat open I was already playing. All the thoughts of losing, and the sick feeling had worn off from the last escapade, and I was gung-ho. I wagered my usual $100 per number on 3-5 numbers and started to spin. Less than 45 minutes in I won $15k, and was feeling great. About 1 hour in I had lost $5k of the $15k I had just won, and the all too familiar feeling of sickness came over me. I quickly closed the entire client and contacted live chat support. They apologized for the confusion of my last inquiry, and assured me that I was now banned forever. I was proud that I had the presence of mind and self control to stop when I did, but I still felt bad, and I knew the $10k I just won was nothing to celebrate.

I splashed around in the mid-stakes 6max games for a couple more days, and finally my moneybookers cash out was complete. I was excited to test the waters of these new sites, and quickly made deposits on all of them. I felt like my gambling days were behind me, and now I could focus 100% on my poker game. I decided to deposit small amounts of 5-8 buy-ins on each site, and leave the rest of the money in moneybookers. Before I started to play I contacted my rakebak guy to ensure I was being tracked properly. While chatting with him he mentioned that Party Poker had the best software of all the Euro sites he had played on. Party was not on my list of sites to try, but I figured I should check it out. I already had a screen name on Party Poker from long ago, so all I had to do was request my login details via email. I remembered Party had a casino, so before depositing I emailed support requesting that I be banned from playing casino games. They responded within an hour and said that it was not possible to disable just the casino, and if I wished to be blocked it would mean I would have to block both poker and the casino games. I wasn't happy, nor was I sure if I should even try Party, seeing as what happened recently. After about 20 minutes of self debate I figured what the hell, if it's a good site I have to play there, and I can control myself now anyway, so I deposited $1k for a trial period. I can't tell you what the Party Poker tables look like, because I never even opened one. Before I got the chance to try the poker games my ass was parked at the roulette wheel.

I spun a few small wagers, and lost $250. I decided to do a larger spin for $250, or $50 per number on 5 numbers, and lost again. It finally hit me that I may have developed a problem, especially since I had only been at the site for 5 minutes and I was already gambling. I felt bad that I was in this spiral, and it really started pissing me off. I closed the table and decided I would just cash out my $500 I had left and not play there at all until I got my degenerate urges under control. The cash out process was going to require me sending in multiple documents. I was already frustrated, so this news irritated me to the point where I said " fuck it, I will spin my last ever spin, and be done with it". I wasn't in any mood to play so I bought in for the entire $500, clicked the $500 chip and threw it on the first number I glanced at, number 6. I was already writing my email requesting that my account be disabled for 30 days, so I hit the spin button, minimized the table, and continued writing the email. I finished the email, and angrily opened the table. I was confused for a second because there was a large congratulations banner running across the screen, and it took me a few seconds to realize I had won. Number 6 had hit, and it paid $18k. I didn't even know what to think at this point. I was just like WTF, NO GODDAMN WAY?, but it was real. I sat for a moment to process what just happened. It was an emotional roller coaster like I had never ridden before. I was still angry, but now kinda happy, shocked and dismayed. I had no time to think. It was so unexpected, and it happened so fast. I immediately closed the table, and left my office. I decided to make coffee, and reflect on what the fuck just happened.

 As the coffee brewed I straight up told myself that was it. I got insanely lucky once again, and this time its over. I sat back down and refreshed my balance a few times to ensure I was not going crazy, and by that time I was already thinking about allowing myself to lose $3k and quit with $15k even. I battled it out with myself, going back and forth, should I? shouldn't I?, but the gambler in me won, and just like that it was happening all over again. I was playing.

I will stop here for now.. I guess this will be a 4 part story.. will wrap it up next entry


Posted By WaLkOfLiFe at 01:47 PM


May 15, 2011

Gambling Story Part.2

I will begin where I left off last entry, and try to include my poker content as well, but if I don't get to it I will save the poker stuff for my next post.

I was +$50k after a few hours of constant gambling, and by this time the wager had increased to $100 per number on 3-5- numbers, costing $300-$500 a click. I was in a frenzy, and the whole thing was very surreal, but I managed to stop at a balance that read $50k even. I was in disbelief that I had won this much money. Never in my wildest dreams would I have thought this was going to happen.  I sat at my computer thinking about all the ways this win would impact my poker game, and offer ability to take some serious shots. I was totally stoked. Less than 15 minutes passed since I stopped playing, and the sensation of winning had already worn off. I could feel the urge to continue creeping in, and it made me feel sick. I had run up some good scores in the past,  ranging from +$15-$25k, and squandered it away as if it were play chips. I tried to logically talk myself out of it, "just go do something else, you have played enough" I told myself, but the high of winning is like an unquenchable thirst, I wanted more. 

By this time the news had spread to all of my mainstream friends. They all knew I had luck boxed my way into $50k, and every single one of them advised me to stop. I was reminded over and over again how much money this was, and how it opened so many doors for me. I understood very well that this was an epic windfall that would allow me to do everything I ever wanted to do in poker, but the urge to keep playing lingered. It was almost like the Devil himself was sitting on my shoulder egging me on. 

I finally left my computer to make coffee, and while it was brewing I decided I would allow myself to lose $2k and then quit for good. I lit a cigarette and began to play. Before I took one sip of coffee I was down to my $2k stop loss, and with out one second of consideration I lost another $2k, then another $2k. All thoughts of poker, and the money had left my mind, and I was now "chasing losses". It's pretty strange to view it as chasing a loss, but thats exactly how it felt. I had $50k, and now I only have $44k so I have to get back to $50k, all the long not considering I had only started with $400. I continued to spin, and I continued to lose. With each spin I felt more and more disgusted with myself, but I couldn't stop now, I was down to $30k, and I had to get back to $50k. With each spin the losing persisted, and when I saw my balance drop below $10k I felt lower than I ever have before, but I was hell bent on getting back to +$50k, and had no thoughts of quitting. It was +$50k, or $-400.

A few hours passed and I was still at it. I was in a very strange state of mind. I felt like I wasn't playing, but more like I was watching myself play, it was very weird. I eventually snapped out of it and realized I had won it all back. My balance now read $53k. I was relieved, but also amazed that I was capable of losing $50k "gambling". I never thought I could do such ridiculous things. I immediately cashed $10k ( the maximum) to MoneyBookers, and was ready to crash. 

I messed around on the internet for a few minutes before bed, and the high of winning was already wearing off. Before I left my computer chair the urge to risk the extra $3k had already set in. I knew it was crazy, but some how I made it okay to play once more, telling myself "even if you lose this $3k you still have the $50k", so I opened the roulette table, bought in for $3k, and started to play again. In less than 20 minutes I turned the $3k balance into $12k, and 10 minutes later it grew to $18k, then $22k. I was once again in total disbelief, and realizing I now had $22k hanging in the balance, the sick feeling was back.

I guess ill stop here.. I didn't realize this story was so long..and it gets much more absurd.. prolly gonna take me 3-4 parts to finish... I guess i'll get to the poker stuff when I finish this in a day or so... peace

Posted By WaLkOfLiFe at 08:32 PM


May 13, 2011

Personal Poker Policy & Gambling Story

I have a new "Personal Poker Policy" I wrote for myself and will share that in the second half of this entry. First i'd like to share a truly absurd story some of you may find interesting. The ordeal i'm about to share is nothing short of a classic degenerate fiasco, and I will omit nothing as I feel telling the whole story will be more self beneficial.  

It all started in late April while talking to my friend over Skype. We were discussing the evolution of poker and how much the games have changed in recent years. We shared past stories of colossal win rates, and tables overrun by fish. I listened to him reminisce, and gloat of a site so bountiful, I decided I had to check it out for myself. 

Our call ended, and I immediately Google'd what sounded like the promise land of online poker, a guaranteed winner. I proceeded to download the client only to realize I already had a registered screen name with the site, but I didn't recall ever playing a hand there. I finally recovered my login details, and was ready to make a small, experimental deposit. I planned to test stakes up to 200NL and decided $400 was more than enough to determine the level of play. I fired up 3 tables of 100 NL 6-max, and posted out of turn on all 3. The software was clunky and not very user friendly. It had no auto reload, nor did my hud work. I had been playing for about 5 minutes and decided I may as well add two 50 NL HU tables to get a feel for the HU traffic. I open the first one and buy-in (4 tables total at this point). I try and open a second HU table and instantly get an error message saying I am at the maximum number of tables allowed. I double checked my settings, scanned the tables to make sure everything was looking as it seemed, but nothing I did enabled me to open a 5th table. After messing around for at least 5-7 minutes, I finally got confirmation that I wasn't going insane, when a friend of mine told me that 4 tables was the maximum per player at FishHeaven.com. I thought it was almost comical that such a site even existed, and it all started to make sense. What "reg" would EVER want to play on this site? No player transfers, or auto reload, a lame VIP bonus program, and a 4 table maximum. It became clear that that bodog poker would live up to it's name.

 I was uncertain whether or not I should deposit more and try the HU games for real, or wait for more reviews before depositing a useful sum of money. As I 4 tabled I browsed the site and noticed they had a casino. Now I have been known to partake in some ridiculous gambling adventures in the past, so I didn't think twice about exchanging my poker tables for a roulette wheel. I bought in for my whole balance of roughly $380, and began to do some small spins. I was playing inside, which means I was betting on individual numbers, and was betting 5-6 numbers at $5-$10 per number, costing anywhere from $15-$60 per click. Not hitting one spin It took me all of about 10 minutes to lose $360, and be down to my last measly $20 dollar bill. I slapped my mouse over the table and spazz clicked a random number until my full $20 balance was in play, and disgustedly clicked the spin button. I did not even know what number I had bet until I heard a robotic voice say " 24 Black, Player Wins!" (or something close to that) Apparently I picked number 24, the winning number, and got paid $720. I was kind of like "WTF?" for about 5 seconds, and then the excitement of having a roulette bankroll sunk in (sad). I didn't care about the $720. I was more happy that I got to spin the wheel again, and spin I did. Only this time I did not bet my usual $5-$10 per number, and started betting $20-$30 per number, up to $100-$140 a click. I was back to my initial $380 in under 5 minutes, and in a fit of roulette tilt (not as bad as poker tilt) I bet the entire $380 on four numbers, $100 on three numbers, and $80 on one number. I am not sure what four numbers I picked, but I do know I picked number 6 because that was the winning number, paying out $3600. I was stoked to get a score , and figured i'd take one last spin putting $100 on zero, and be happy to quit with $3500. As the wheel spun I was typing a brag message to a friend over Skype, when I heard the sweet sound of bodog's virtual dealer telling me I had won again. Another $3600! for a total of $7200!. I instantly decided i'd risk $700 and spin until I was at $6,500 even, then quit. 

I spun the wheel a few times and before I knew it I was below my pre-determined stop mark, and was down to $5,000. I continued to spin as if I did not win anything. Each losing spin masked the fact that I had just scored a decent sum of money, and in a trance like state I continued to play. The next few hours are kind of a blur. I do remember winning a lot of spins betting the max of $100, but I have no real memory of what I was thinking (lol it was very weird), and at this point I was up over $35,000. I don't think I realized how much I was winning, because I continued to spin over, and over, and before I knew it I was up just over $50,000.

It was at this time that I realized..... HOLY FUCK.... 50K?.. STOOOOOPPP U TARD, however I did not stop, but I think I will stop this blog for now and finish the entire story in my next post. I wont say how it ended, but I will say that it did not stop on bodog... I will finish it next time tho.

I will include my poker bit on personal policy document in my next post as well..


Posted By WaLkOfLiFe at 09:13 AM


April 26, 2011

Becoming A Professional

     Before I get to the focal point of this post i'd like to take a moment to comment on the happenings of April 15, 2011/Black Friday. I don't care to speculate, or express my opinions on the legality issues. I will not condemn the United States, or place blame at anyones door. I am not a lawyer, nor do I have enough facts to make an argument for neither the prosecutors, or the accused. All I wish to say is, I am sorry for my countless American friends who have been blind sided, and had their worlds turned inside out. Many of my closest poker friends were directly affected by the shutting down of the main 3 online poker sites in the U.S.A. I do know that 99% of these people are just sick individuals who i'd trust with amounts of money I don't even have. So I wish them all the best, and I hope they are back in action soon :) and I will here to help in whatever ways I can, so HIT ME UP IF YOU NEED ME:) (the help i offered is open to about 5-7 people and not the general American public. You 5-7 people know who you are)

As the title reads "Becoming A Professional" I have acquired a new found respect for what professional poker really is. I don't want to come off like I have it figured out because I have tons to learn, but the true meaning of a professional (in poker especially) is not easily discerned, and I am ready to acknowledge that my progress so far in poker has been a drop in the bucket.

Last night I was playing a session while a friend of mine observed. I engaged in battle across multiple stakes, from 2/4 to 5/10 6max. I had no more than got started when the session began to go poorly. The games were exceptionally good, and my friend would repetitively emphasize how big my edge was. I used his words of encouragement to distinguish my firey tilt, and the session prevailed. Hand after hand I could feel myself losing grasp of the session, and the tactility of adverse results began to take its toll. I was tilting. It wasn't as if I was on full blown tilt, but I was definitely tilting, and my friend's prudent words of fortitude began to fall upon deaf ears. It's not the first time this has happened, but for some desolate reason it hit me hard after the session, and I am ready to declare war on tilt, and avow it's detriment to my poker game.

I think I have come a long way in poker, strategically speaking, but I have scoffed at countless details that make someone a "Professional" in the true sense of the word.  It's not just tilt. There are many obscure skills and understandings I have ignored out of arrogance or naivety. I won't list them all because there are A LOT of them lol. I would say the top 3 for myself would be; tilt, money management and structure. I feel if I improved 25% on all 3 of these things it would result in me saving a ridiculous sum of money. 

My advice to everyone after reiterating these post session thoughts is to really consider poker's vast demand of attention to detail. Never become the guy who settles, or sweeps problems under the rug. Always be weary of the seemingly insignificant non-strategical element of poker and embrace your flaws. I think if you practice this intently you will be well on your way to attaining your aspirations, I know I am going to try my hardest to implement this as my standard practice. GOOD LUCK!

Posted By WaLkOfLiFe at 12:12 PM


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