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    Okay Folks, final results are in, and I missed my goal of cashing in 4 of 10; however, I was able to realize my thought of winning at least one. But I have a confession for you. My goal of 4 cashes was to prove (hopefully) a point. And that point is as follows.... As an experiment, In games 1 & 2, I played the NIT. In games 3 through 8, I played agressively, not overly so. And in games 9 & 10, I played the NIT again. (Game 10 I busted with Queens to a Set, if I recall) In 60% of my play I played tightly wrapped aggressive ( an expanded, yet still tight starting standard). In none of those did I fair particularly well. In 40% of my play, I played in the tuck position, and in 75% of those, I cashed. In 25%, I won. Total Investment = $5.50 Total Return On Investment = $20.33 Total Profit = $14.83 But not really.... The NIT invested $2.20 and Returned $20.33 on it. You do the math... Then tell me, who would you rather be? But this was just a Microcosmic experiment in which I thought 10 games would give a fair sample. The Sinman. WARNING: YOUR RESULTS MAY VARY!!!

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