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Thursday, June 08, 2006

Time For Another Dryspell

Seems to happen all the time. Win a tourney, go a few months without winning, then win another, rinse and repeat.

The last tourney I won online was in April, $1900. The last tourney I won live was in St. Maartens, $4K.

I get so TIRED of going for such long stretches without winning, I must become more consistant! I HAVE to in order to get to where I want to go.

However, I also realized that I play a LOT of satellites online, more then cash prize tourneys and I think too much of my bankroll is being spent on those so I'm not "allowing" myself the opportunity of winning cash. I must control that better.

This weekend will be a poker filled weekend on BoDog. I plan on winning my seat into the Main Event this weekend, so wish me luck in that endevour!!

One of the good things about my reducing/quitting smoking is the fact that I am going to be posting way more often, LOL. Every night, in fact, to post the number of cigs I smoked for the day. I find it keeps me in check.

CST: 15


Blogger GTA....Dave said...

Perhaps you should mix up your tourney game with some sngs. I find online sngs a great way to make steady cash and you could use them to fund your sat buy-ins. Personally, I can't understand the mentality of people who solely play MTTs. Obviously, the dry spells can be huge at times and I would think that one would begin to doubt their game at times as well. I prefer the steady income of sngs and live cash games, but (in the inverse of your situation) I think I need to start taking some shots at tourneys for a big cash here and there.

3:58 AM  
Blogger FellKnight said...

Good luck!!!


9:51 AM  
Blogger FOOD & POKER FANATIC said...

Good luck on the quitting smoking...I did 3 years ago and it was one of the best decisions I have ever made.......hang in there!

8:12 AM  
Blogger --S said...

Good luck on the no-smoking thing! I smoked for a year, quit...and picked up the Copenhagen habit. It was a lot harder quit, but after 13 years, I managed. Been nicotine-free for about six months now. I'll be rooting for you!

8:36 PM  

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