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September 2006 Log Entries

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September 9, 2006, 1AM: Played 54 minutes, Lost $11.00 at Party Poker
$10 Buy-In No-Limit Texas Hold'em Tournament (5th out of 10 Players)

What a grind -- we were 7-handed at 2/400 blinds, and 6-handed at 3/600.  Anyways, made a pretty bad raise from early position with A8o -- got called by AQo.

Last Update: September 9, 2006, 1:36AM | Permalink
55 Hands Attached to this Entry | View Hands
Played with 9 players (# of hands): TAHROBA1935 (55), BigGunBOB (55), wsmyers1020 (55), aces_neight (55), spamurphy (54), rossi_1111 (47), ndog187 (38), skullbone666 (27), SamTong (15)


September 7, 2006, 12AM: Played 30 minutes, Lost $11.00 at Party Poker
$10 Buy-In No-Limit Texas Hold'em Tournament (9th out of 10 Players)

First thing I tried to do was run a big bluff early.  I figure I should stop doing that because I never see the good players on this site say "tried to bluff early and croppled myself".  Well, I got back to normal stack and picked up AJ, flopped an A, went all in, and A2 calls me.  2 hits river so here I am in 9th place :(.

Last Update: September 7, 2006, 12:05AM | Permalink
26 Hands Attached to this Entry | View Hands
Played with 9 players (# of hands): master_pc06 (26), ChrisRudd (26), nineoh (26), chronoboss (26), tigerwood111 (26), gspott2003 (26), chkraising (26), torbhen (26), ajracer16 (23)


September 2, 2006, 3PM: Played 30 minutes, Lost $11.00 at Party Poker
$10 Buy-In No-Limit Texas Hold'em Tournament (5th out of 10 Players)

http://www.onlinepokerlog.com/hands/5498#PP5087263743
 
Five-handed, table was very tight -- no preflop raising, so I raise w/ A2o and get called.  Flop is TJA, so I bet pot and get raised all-in by biggest stack and the only player who shows any signs of looseness.  I call and he turns over QK.  I might have been able to get away from that one, but I was feeling very distracted.

Last Update: September 2, 2006, 3:08PM | Permalink
36 Hands Attached to this Entry | View Hands
Played with 9 players (# of hands): gedward9mm (36), nintri (36), ladbrady_ (36), fjmcsenior (36), Blue__Shoe (28), Mrs_Tex (22), irishjimpgh (20), OJBerg (17), ton6633 (15)


September 1, 2006, 1AM: Played 45 minutes, Lost $11.00 at Party Poker
$10 Buy-In No-Limit Texas Hold'em Tournament (4th out of 10 Players)

Did not play very well.  I could have saved some chips early that may have helped me outlast the 4-handed action.  Paying attention to players really helps.  In one hand, I get re-raised on flop and, realizing that the person is fairly tight, I fold.  Next hand I get re-raised by a loose player (especially preflop), so I feel OK calling...turned out to be 6s6h vs. my AsQs (which I hit at 47%), but it felt good to be basing these decisions one after the other on the other player, rather than just my cards.

Last Update: September 1, 2006, 1:58AM | Permalink
72 Hands Attached to this Entry | View Hands
Played with 9 players (# of hands): Longhorn_99 (72), SATLAS (72), maimai99 (72), dflour69 (70), xxSLACKxx (65), MaryJaneHxc (28), Sactown01 (19), dugtexas1961 (16), Caseybu (1)



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