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April 2008 Log Entries

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April 19, 2008, 9PM: Played 30 minutes, Lost $24.00 at Full Tilt Poker
$22 Buy-In No-Limit Texas Hold'em Tournament (4th out of 10 Players)

Bubble boy.  Played only like four hands.  Got a good stack and then had an average stack.  Picked up 27o in BB and raised a SB who was limping.  He calls and flop is 236.  He bets into me and I go over the top all in.  He thinks and calls with 7Ko.  Turn is 7, river is 3 to pair the board :(.  We both make two pair and his King holds up.  I guess that's what happens in donkey-vs-donkey.  I ran the numbers, and was 85% on the flop and "only" 80% on the turn.  Can't really feel sorry for myself on that one getting aggro with 27o, but maybe I should, since I knew the guy was weak the whole way (playing the player, not my cards).
 
I shoved preflop next hand with TQd cuz I'm pissed and get beat by A5s.

Last Update: April 19, 2008, 9:30PM | Permalink


April 17, 2008, 11PM: Played 20 minutes, Lost $24.00 at Full Tilt Poker
$22 Buy-In No-Limit Texas Hold'em Tournament (8th out of 9 Players)

Played OK and lost most of my stack with TT vs AQ post flop.

Last Update: April 17, 2008, 11:04PM | Permalink
21 Hands Attached to this Entry | View Hands
Played with 8 players (# of hands): Abrafi (21), tr0nllam (21), Promethies (21), biggame44 (21), Qubit1 (21), Brambo300 (21), pirnha (21), Tatoo64 (2)


April 17, 2008, 11PM: Played 20 minutes, Lost $24.00 at Full Tilt Poker
$22 Buy-In No-Limit Texas Hold'em Tournament (6th out of 9 Players)

Made a bad decision at the end.  Things weren't happening the way I wanted to when I was pressing pots.  Was getting bizarre all-in raises pre-flop and did not have any info to call any of them.  Finally gambled and lost, even though I had a big stack.  Should have just been more patient.

Last Update: April 17, 2008, 11:03PM | Permalink
14 Hands Attached to this Entry | View Hands
Played with 8 players (# of hands): SammySr (14), jre221 (14), SHOOT3R_123 (14), PPokerVU (14), cobrakai111 (14), waltsfriend (5), SHiiPTHATiiSH (5), jojo fabuloso (4)


April 14, 2008, 5PM: Played 40 minutes, Made $75.00 at Full Tilt Poker
$22 Buy-In No-Limit Texas Hold'em Tournament (1st out of 10 Players)

I hate FT.  I think it is a Vista problem, but I never know if my HH will be saved.  The history was saved for the private tourney yesterday, but not for this gem today.  And here I took notes about hands I wanted to discuss :(.
 
Oh well, I built a big stack and pushed everyone around for a while.  Then they got aggro so I backed off, but not for long.  Then things start going my way.  I take down a pot on the river with a one-card flush (4h), the guy did not even call.  Then I play aggro with 78 and hit 2pr on the flop.  And it gets better from there.
 
A guy tries to steal all in preflop with 59s? He runs into my A5s in SB.  I'm thinking it's bad to try that when big stack is one of the blinds?
 
Once four handed, things started REALLY going my way.  I knocked out 4th, 3rd, and 2nd on suckouts.  JAs rivered an Ace to beat some other pair.  I beat the next guy all in pre with 74 vs JK, and finally, to show just how well-aligned the stars are, I beat the last guy all in pre with 5J vs AJ.
 
I hate winning as much as I hate losing, cuz when I win it feels like dumb-ass luck.

Last Update: April 19, 2008, 9:30PM | Permalink


April 13, 2008, 3PM: Played 2 hours, 40 minutes, Made $17.00 at Full Tilt Poker
$5 Buy-In No-Limit Texas Hold'em Tournament (2nd out of 15 Players)

How pissed am I that I came in second to Jesse.  I had him at like 20k to 2k disadvantage and he came all the way back and beat me.
 
It was a lot of fun playing with the OPL folks.  I think my showing here proves that many people might be fibbing about their results...just kidding.
 
I got a decent stack early on, and I play well with a good-size stack.  I'm sure most people do, though.  Nobody ever reraised me though, so I had a very easy time of it.  I think that people were playing a bit too serious, and were perhaps off their game?

Last Update: April 13, 2008, 3:56PM | Permalink
269 Hands Attached to this Entry | View Hands
Played with 11 players (# of hands): King Raj (190), DeiYuo (180), yobresal (167), grlg (114), Vanchee (105), nbouvet10 (102), Grand Nux (86), playtimeishere (69), mtcarddealer (58), CLock71 (41) | View Hands to see all 11 players.



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