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Saturday, October 01, 2005

Oh I Did It All Right

Yup, I managed to do it quite well. Unfortunately it wasn't anywhere near the right direction. On Thursday I had my $150 all set and waiting to be transferred via Firepay out of my Party Poker account, and then through PokerSource Online to start on my Poker Chip set. Of course I find out Thursday night that Party Poker doesn’t accept Firepay as an outgoing payment method so there was major snag number 1. They do offer a check directly to your bank account, but that takes about a week to go through, and I didn't want to drain my entire account before the weekend if I wasn't going to be able to play again for a week. So I decided to play a bit on Friday. Woops, lost $16 gotta love when that happens. Oh well, I'll earn it back over the weekend. Saturday morning I started my great comeback with a $3 win. Not huge, but a start. So Saturday night I log in, and proceeded to blow $20 in less than an hour. So no my bankroll is down to $120 and I don't think I'll be able to get it back up to $150 any time soon. So I gave up and withdrew $110 leaving myself $10 to mount some form of comeback. If it happens, great, if I blow that as well, then I'm on a forced break until I can transfer the money to Absolute Poker later on this week. I'm entertaining myself back on Poker Stars on the play money circuit for the time being.