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Why You Struggle At Tournaments (it’s not your fault)

  • Nick WealthallNick Wealthall
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How are your tournament results right now? Are you getting the results you want?

Or are you struggling and often getting unlucky against weak players or doing well for a while then busting out just before the money or with nothing to show but a small cash?

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