Aaaaand its official, just got my VIP statement from pokerstars and it seems i played 501 020 hands (damn holdem manager didnt catch more than thousand hands :O )... so i should have finished like 30 minutes earlier last day :D Also i figured i got lazy again, playing just two-three hours daily, but overall with a winrate about 15bb/100 on nl10 :) will need to motivate myself again.... now i finish poker every day and going out, testing the new car etc :) i am speculating, that i will start to play live tournaments in nearly towns every evening.... anyone of you participating regurarly on live tourneys in Slovakias Komarno, Sala, Galanta, Nitra, Bratislava, Levice, Sturovo? would love to have some advice where are the best tourneys etc.... :)
first of all, thanx for all the support from all of you, I was inactive for a few days, just turned off the poker switch after the challenge, have a nice rest for a few days, now i am chillin on nl10, still not confident that i have plugged all the leaks i found while playing on nl25, but most of them are gone for sure :) playing just 3-4 hours daily, around 8000-9000 hands now, so really eeeasy peasy... car is already at home, already 10 buyins gone for gas (nl25 buyins :D ), and tomorrow i will go out again with the chick i was writing about......
will have a little break today from poker, but will make a full summary of the challenge as promised tomorrow, or maybe day after tomorrow the latest.... :) i am pretty happy with results, withdraw almost all the winnings and bonuses and going to buy something shiny... probably a car..... :) next few days i will chill on nl10 and work on some leaks i discovered during my session review and after easter i want to make one more challenge, it will be a shorter one but hope as interesting as this one.... will remain active on tiltbook and will continue posting and stuff.... ah almost forgot... here is the car i choose :)
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