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    Is there anyone alive?

    How did your 2020 go? I haven't played for a long time and decided to return to cheer myself up somehow.

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    2020 is a terrible year, I lost my job and ended up having to search for something at https://uk.jooble.org/jobs-hgv-driver/Northern-Ireland urgently. As a result, the situation does not get better, but I am less worried about it because this is the situation all over the world. I wish everyone to be healthy. But games have constantly returned to my life, this is a way to distract myself and not think about what will happen tomorrow.

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    I hope this year will be better than last

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    For me, last year was also a year of testing. As a rule, the crisis period, all people assess their capabilities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by helinka View Post
    For me, last year was also a year of testing. As a rule, the crisis period, all people assess their capabilities.
    This is actually the case. I never thought there could be a complete collapse due to a virus like the flu. A lot of my friends have lost their jobs in the past year. However, I discovered the possibilities of remote work myself. There are even special services that do this, for example, Tres Commas. Many large companies are switching to outsourcing. I think this is due to the savings in renting premises. But I personally like this state of affairs. I can get a permanent job from the comfort of my home. And this applies not only to the IT-sphere now.

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    I am a football fan, traveler, audiophile and big fan of poker.I like logical brainteasers, which probably contributed to my becoming a poker player.
    I had lost a few hundred dollars before starting to analyze and study poker. Despite a series of failures, I set myself on this difficult path of becoming a professional poker player. I had wasted a lot of time and health, before being able to outline a certain framework and rules for myself, before I began seizing win prizes and earning real money.
    I believe one really can make money on poker, although it is the lot of only a few – very smart and reserved people. What concerns luck, my personal experience brought me to a conclusion that 90% of your earnings in the game depend on human and surrounding factors, the latter yet depending on the person, with the remaining ten per cent being your luck.

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    Alive and still kicking here. lol

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