Monthly Archives: April 2014

A Proud Moment

You may have noticed I’ve made about 4 posts in the past couple hours. The past few days have been pretty intensely crazy, so I’ve been breaking them up into several posts that I think don’t necessarily fit together that well.

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Hand-Reading Exercise

This is a little different from my typical post, but I’m aiming to get a little more interactive with you guys, and would love to see some comments on this post in particular (though comments on any post are appreciated

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Patience and Discipline

Since I’m in the midst of the last days of classes, my Wednesday was shaping up to have not much going on. So I decided to go play live PLO for a change of pace at the Cleveland Horsehoe last

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Rotation

I played a long live session about a week ago where variance was kind of gross. I was up to +$300 at a few points and suckouts dragged me back down twice, once right at the end of my session in

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1,000 Views

In the wee hours of the morning, my blog has surpassed a surprising milestone of 1,000 views. While this isn’t an overwhelming number by any means, it reminds me that people enjoy reading my blog (at least on some level),

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A Necessary Update

It’s been an embarrassingly long time since I’ve posted here. I’ve still been getting some views here and there, but for those of you who actually follow this blog, I apologize for my inactivity. And I also must apologize for

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