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Monday, May 14, 2007

Busto, bollox.

Ah well, time to get that CV brushed up.

8 Comments:

Blogger LeKnave said...

Sick, just bag urself a job for 2/3 months. Then stage a full on assault @ the iPoker tourneys.

We havn't seen the last of Alex Martin.

8:40 AM  
Blogger M3boy's Poker Blog said...

He will be back - I have no doubt.

BTW m8, see you wednesday in Luton? lol

Seriously, going broke aint no fun, been there, done that.

5:17 PM  
Blogger dibble said...

feck :(

sorry to hear mate.

gl - work, earn yourself some cash and then build again.

good luck.
dibs

9:45 PM  
Blogger Ukgatsby said...

ul man, you give it a go.
Do you think working and playing as a hobby/extra income raises your game in that when its sole source of income its a lot more pressurising.

I remember being asked once what advice to give anyone going pro and i said work out all the outgoings over the month and then times by 12. Stick that in a separate account and sort the direct debits out.

Also have a separate account for spending money so you have

a) 1 year of a safety net
b) less pressure
c) no reason to withdraw.

Gl
Paul

2:12 AM  
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8:08 AM  
Blogger vughtzuid said...

So Alex, are you planning on re-depositing and building it up again or are you done with poker? I really liked following your ups and downs enduring the poker waves.

Good luck whatever you do.

5:36 PM  
Anonymous frankie symonds said...

i'm not going to say anything..... :)

1:33 PM  
Blogger snoopy1239 said...

There's no shame in going broke. Many of the world's greatest players have been bust at some point or another, and not only did they bounce back, but they said it made them a better player too.

Like someone said, grab a job for a couple of months, take a break from the game, read some books, brush up on your game and then gradually build that bankroll up again by working your way slowly up the limits.

You can do it.

snoops

4:02 PM  

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