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erru...

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well that fcukin scumbag, piece of sh1t, complete moron and total bastard who gave you a thumbs down was me Shock yes i am so fcukin jealous that people are making thousands of dollars while i am being hit my magic rigged river all the time...i lost more than a thousand in my poker career and i am such a pathetic loser, that i wanted to thumb down each and every dude who posted their winning...but the is this sh1tty 15 min limit on the thumbs down..i have no nerve to wait for that long...now i'm back and gonna thumb down someone else...then someone else...then...someone else...mowahahahaha Evil why you- dunno that was just a random hit, you know the saying: "nothing personal, it's just penis...ooops i mean poker"....whatever...

option 2)
that was the WhiningMan

option 3)
dunno what goes here, but usually there is always an option 3...

     
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+1 Thumbs Up to noonlion for making this thread.

Thanx to you this is the first time I make an accurate accountancy of my poker (plus gambling ) experience using the statement of the credit-card-poker-dedicated.

Here it is.

I started by playing roulette in february 2009 when I gambled $100 at roulette playing the double up method on red/black ( i do not recommend it at all but for some strange reason it worked for me for some week) and raised them to about $1000.

then played lots and lots and lots of DoN sitngo to the complete boredom but builted a solid (for the level I play) roll.

Consider also a poker room credited me by mistake two times a €600 withdraw and about €1000 came from a referral system on a pokerroom.

Total withdraw: € 12338.
Total deposit € 2452.
Net cash € 9886

So I can say more than 10K considering money I actually have on pokerrooms.

     
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I´ve made over 1.000$ in the last years with bonus money winnings and lost them at the cash game tables Cool I try some different games and so it is ok to loose them, it is a new experience and it makes fun to play poker.

     
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Posted by magatt966:
+1 Thumbs Up to noonlion for making this thread.

Thanx to you this is the first time I make an accurate accountancy of my poker (plus gambling ) experience using the statement of the credit-card-poker-dedicated.

Here it is.

I started by playing roulette in february 2009 when I gambled $100 at roulette playing the double up method on red/black ( i do not recommend it at all but for some strange reason it worked for me for some week) and raised them to about $1000.

then played lots and lots and lots of DoN sitngo to the complete boredom but builted a solid (for the level I play) roll.

Consider also a poker room credited me by mistake two times a �600 withdraw and about �1000 came from a referral system on a pokerroom.

Total withdraw: � 12338.
Total deposit � 2452.
Net cash � 9886

So I can say more than 10K considering money I actually have on pokerrooms.


That's a healthy profit.

How the hell did the poker rooms make such big mistakes? Got to love that anyway.

Seems like people have varied amounts they have won from low stakes freerollers to some bigger wins like Icequeen and yourself Magatt. A pretty varied picture. My biggest tyorunament wins came pre-2008 pre equilators and all sorts of moves that are standard now making it even more difficult to cash now.

     
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