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Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Better to be lucky than good

It is quite telling that a sequence of events IRL yesterday gave me an overwhelming urge to play last night and bring my "A" game. Actually I brought my "B" game but it's the thought that counts. I can't retell the IRL events for a while but it just further proves to me that I wouldn't have the drive or fortitude to play poker for a living so lets park that bus and leave it where it belongs. As I said "B" game was played and stats weren't great. Some well played hands, some bad, mostly good. I'm back in the zone where I know it's good to play so I'll ride it until the drive goes away again. If only I could learn to maintain it, but I don't think I'm built that way. I feel lucky, so I'll see you at the tables.

1 Comments:

Blogger 1tripz1 said...

Hello mate! Chris/1tripz1 from RTR here.

Feeling lucky is good! I know what you mean about A game, to play full time it has to be there all the time. OR your B game needs to be better than everyone A game.

Good blog btw, have added you to my blogroll.

Can you drop me an email? My details are on my profile.

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