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Old 09-25-2010, 11:12 AM   #51
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I don’t think some of you guys realize what it takes to get to a solid open level, let alone a futures level. It’s one thing if some of you were top players before, took time off and want to “come back”. But most of you seem to have zero experience at a high level and hope that in your 30s or 40s you’re going to begin your progression. I have played challengers in my early 20s, stopped for 10 years and just recently came back. It is extremely difficult and a harsh dose of reality trying to get back into any type of form. I have a feeling I could out hit most of you and I wouldn’t even dream of playing a futures tournament at this point. Tony Lars is a good example of the minimum level you should be at to even begin thinking of doing what you’re doing. It think some of you are just straight up delusional.
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