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January 2008 Log Entries

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January 27, 2008, 11PM: Played 1 hour, 15 minutes, Lost $26.00 at Full Tilt Poker
$24 Buy-In No-Limit Texas Hold'em Tournament (27th out of 90 Players)

Played really tight...and so I had a very low stack as the blinds went up and up.  Doubled up on AA to about 6k with 250-500 blinds...went all-in pre with ATd and ran into KK...game over.
 
One of those funny hands happened.  Like 4 people go all-in pre, including big stack who has everyone covers.  He flops a set of deuces and then the board runs out all diamonds...4-way chop and everyone (including me) breathes a sign of relief.
 
Unfortunately, full tilt will still not save hand histories on my hard drive :(.

Last Update: January 27, 2008, 11:18PM | Permalink


January 25, 2008, 11PM: Played 30 minutes, Lost $22.00 at Full Tilt Poker
$20 Buy-In No-Limit Texas Hold'em Tournament (6th out of 9 Players)

Nothing happened for me in this tournament.  I finally limp with K-rag and flop a king.  I bet the pot and get called by the big stack.  Turn is an ace and I move all-in.  Big stack had A9 for two pair.
 
At first, I felt that I had made a good move, and just got unlucky because he happened to have an Ace to match his weak pair.  Looking back, this was a donkey move.  One of the hands that big stack is likely to call (and not raise) with is Ace-rag...  I had him on a 9, which is why I felt OK moving all-in.  I figure he would have raised if he had a king like me.

Last Update: January 25, 2008, 11:43PM | Permalink


January 20, 2008, 10PM: Played 51 minutes, Made $68.00 at Full Tilt Poker
$20 Buy-In No-Limit Texas Hold'em Tournament (1st out of 9 Players)

Was never in any danger.  I wish I had the hand history for this, but I just loaded FT on the computer and forgot to turn on HH.  Anyone know how to request the hand histories? Can we do that? Would like to know if I just got perfect cards.  Every time I win, I think it is because of the cards, not because of discipline on my part.  I especially feel this wa this time because I was in almost every pot.  Then again, I had the chip lead and nobody was reraising me pre, so I kept ramming and stealing blinds.

Last Update: January 20, 2008, 10:26PM | Permalink



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