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From the Poker Blog for prodidre (private)

July 18, 2009, 5PM: Played 2 hours at Hard Rock Hotel
$2 No-Limit Texas Hold'em

nothing went my way tonight.  card dead for the first 1.5 hours no playable hands and i didn't want to loosen up cuz the table was so loose and aggressive. got JJ finally and re raise, get 3-bet all in, then a 4-bet all in.  wasn't too much more to call the 3-better has AA and i win the side pot.  down a almost a half buyin, lose the rest of my stack not too long after that, rebuy and lose that when i flop a straight, get all the money in and the board pairs giving my opponent their boat. rough night.

Last Update: July 18, 2009, 8:59PM | Permalink (0 Comments)


From the Poker Blog for prodidre (private)

July 18, 2009, 12AM: Played 2 hours at Southpoint
$2 No-Limit Texas Hold'em

sat down at an ugly table with some deep stacks, wasn't feeling it so changed tables before i played a hand and sat down at a fresh one with M. first hand was AKs which didn't connect, after a raised continuation bet i laid it down and lost a 1/3 of my small buyin. now with a pretty short stack i begin to shove at the right times. the big hand was against a dude where i flopped a straight with a flush draw on the table, i checked the flop to see a turn card because people were calling pretty consistently with draws, then the turn opened up another flush draw, after that i said no more freebies and bet one stack. after much thought he calls, the turn pairs the board and i go all in for not too much more.  he folds expecting me to show a bluff, i muck giving him no information and sending him visibly on tilt.  fun session.

Last Update: July 18, 2009, 2:58AM | Permalink (0 Comments)


From the Poker Blog for maliaaynn (private)

July 18, 2009, 2AM: Played 2 hours at Southpoint
$2 No-Limit Texas Hold'em

Sat down at a brand new table and got a read on the table for a couple hands. Someone raises under the gun to 5 and I and pretty much the whole table call. I hold J10o and flop comes 10107rainbow. Guy under the gun bets 20 bucks and i call everyone else folds.turn comes J, he bets 25 and i think about it for a minute and "reluctantly call". river comes some other random card and he bets 25, i raise to 50 and he reluctantly calls to see my hand, he flips over AA. Then the table is just talking crap the whole rest of the time about how they dont want to be in a hand with me so I use that to my advantage and take down a few more pots. I did lose about 100 dollars to a guy when the flop was A107 or something like that and i bet 25 with A7 and he calls, turn was a 2 or 3 and i think i bet like 20 and he goes all in. I fold and he flips over AK. Could have gotten a lot uglier! GOod night playing, me and jay did well.

Last Update: July 18, 2009, 2:57AM | Permalink (0 Comments)


From the Poker Blog for Eyehatepoker1

July 17, 2009, 11AM: Played 1 hour, 10 minutes, Lost $22.00 at Lilac Lanes
$22 Buy-In No-Limit Texas Hold'em Tournament (12th out of 22 Players)

Started off great.  Picked up A/Ko on the button, raise, get one caller with a flop of Ad/8/3d.  Other guy immediatly pushes all-in and has me slightly covered.  It makes little sence to me, and after some thought I call.  He shows me a queen high diamond draw and my A/K holds up.
  After that, it was downhill.  Got my money in good twice against the same player preflop, calling his all-ins with wired 9's against his K/Q and A/Kd against his A/10.  Losing both of those crippled me and finding A/Jo under the gun looked quite appealing.  With the blinds at 300/600, I push for 2600 and get called by pocket kings which ended my tournament.

Last Update: July 17, 2009, 12:12PM | Permalink (0 Comments)


From the Poker Blog for prodidre (private)

July 14, 2009, 8PM: Played 2 hours, 30 minutes at Southpoint
$2 No-Limit Texas Hold'em

sat down and felt out the table. a younger guy across the table had a monster stack and showed a bluff early on.  he was betting aggressively and i quickly changed seats to two behind him (with M to my right). carefully avoiding tussles with the deep stack, i played well and built my stack hand by hand.  two mistakes to note, i folded KK with 77Q on the board after a large bet in front of me. he showed a lower pocket pair. i just didn't think the risk was worth the reward at the time and i knew i had him beat. in hindsight i'm still not sure i would have played the hand differently given the chance. the other mistake, i flop trip Kings and check call flop and turn.  the board pairs on the river and I check again, he checks behind showing a lower boat.  i should have definitely bet the river.  i should have won at least 25% more then I did tonight.

Last Update: July 14, 2009, 11:13PM | Permalink (0 Comments)


From the Poker Blog for dnshy

July 14, 2009, 3PM: Played 2 hours, 17 minutes, Made $169.55 at full tilt
$0.50 Pot-Limit Omaha

214.04
 
4:39
 
Statistics for 485 Hands
Street        Saw        Saw/Total        
Flop        223        46%        
Turn        118        24%        
River        67        14%        
Showdown        48        10%        
Street        Won        Won/Saw        Won/Total        
Pre-flop        10        2%        2%        
Flop        16        7%        3%        
Turn        15        13%        3%        
River        7        10%        1%        
Showdown        32        67%        7%        
 
man what a sick session, everything I touched turned to gold.  I was up about 20 more, tried for 200, but shut it down when I started to slide a little.  I finally had a session where I reversed all the beats that happen to me often, I had set over set 4 times, all winners for me, got another couple sets in vs. draws and came out unscathed.  was very tight and super aggressive when I had it.  couple donkeys helped out a lot as well by making some payoffs with nothing.  finally running decent, wish I kept my win yesterday only regret I have going now.

Last Update: July 14, 2009, 5:59PM | Permalink (0 Comments)


From the Poker Blog for dnshy

July 13, 2009, 2PM: Played 3 hours, 8 minutes, Lost $46.10 at full tilt
$0.50 Pot-Limit Omaha

3:25
 
260.14
 
I am really kicking myself over this session.  Was up very quickly, hit a nice 3 way pot early and a couple others.  Then I got trapped twice with either middle or bottom set vs. top set and could've laid both down but was stubborn.  Then I started trying way too hard to get it back, calling with nut flush draws and no other outs.  Really hate having it built up like that just to donkey it off.  amazing how hard it is to get it and easy it is to tube it. 
 
Man I had this typed up as about to quit, I tried to steal a pot and just gave away 20 more.  Very frustrating!
 
well I end up about to quit, pick up AA, raise it get reraised by K Q 10 7, I have AA107, other donkey comes with, has J J K 3, flop is K 10 and I can't improve, horrible end to this session, I really blew it.  60 buck pot that last one, dammit.

Last Update: July 13, 2009, 5:33PM | Permalink (0 Comments)


From the Poker Blog for dnshy

July 13, 2009, 3PM:
I DID IT!!!!

I put a beat on someone, although it isn't THAT gross, but the way I did it was kinda gross.  I have AA68 one suit, someone raises and we get 4 callers, I was on the button, but very loose game so didn't try to isolate.  flop comes down K 5 7 rainbow, check to guy in cutoff who bets like 3 bucks at a 10 buck pot, so I raise it up putting him on something I can ram him off of, he comes back over for just a couple more and I call him.  of course he has the KK.  I type in nh instantly and it peels off diamond diamond giving me the nut flush, so sick but in a good way one time!

Last Update: July 13, 2009, 3:47PM | Permalink (0 Comments)


From the Poker Blog for Eyehatepoker1

July 12, 2009, 11AM: Played 35 minutes, Lost $17.00 at Lilac Lanes
$17 Buy-In No-Limit Texas Hold'em Tournament (24th out of 34 Players)

Limped in about four times with suited connectors early and missed all of the flops.  Down to 1525 with blinds at 50/100, everyone folds to me in the SB and I look at K/Qo.  Decent starting hand, so I make it 300 and BB instantally moves all-in for 650 more.  Lame.  The BB is a predictable ABC player, but she seems to own me in past tournaments.  So I put her on a good hand, either a big ace or a medium to large pair.  With the blinds and my bet, I'm getting about 2-1 on my money, so I announce I hope she has Jacks or worse and call.  She shows me A/Qd.  Yuck.  Board runs A/Q/x/J/x.  I'm left with 575.
  After being colored up to 600 and the blinds at 100/200, I shove with K/9o two under the gun and the BB calls with Q/8c.  Running clubs end my tournament.

Last Update: July 12, 2009, 1:13PM | Permalink (0 Comments)


From the Poker Blog for Eyehatepoker1

July 10, 2009, 11AM: Played 1 hour, 55 minutes, Lost $22.00 at Lilac Lanes
$22 Buy-In No-Limit Texas Hold'em Tournament (5th out of 24 Players)

I really don't mind busting out of a tourney taking a horrible beat, but when I donkey off my chips, that really stings.
  Was doing great all tournament long, playing solid and reading my opponents well.  When we got five handed, short stack asked to give fifth place money back.  My silence along with another player awnsered his question without words.
  At this point, I'm in third place and felling comfortable with my table.  Short stack has push all-in for 2600 eventually with A/10o.  I look down at wired nines and call along with another caller.  Flop comes J/9/A.  I had checked blind in first position and the other guy checks.  Turn: J.  I bet 2000, other guy folds.  Short stack is walking out the door when the third jack comes giving him the bigger full house.  Ugly river.
  About ten minutes later, still five handed, I get wired 10's on the button.  I open the betting for 4500, with blinds at 500 and 1000.  It's a big bet, but I assumed it was the best hand and I'd just take it right there.  Small blind, who's the chip leader, takes about 4 seconds and shoves all his chips in. 
  Now I've seen this guy limp with big aces, playing fairly conservitivly.  If I fold now, I'm still left with about 8000 and still been in third place.  Instead, I don't think about it clearly and call.  His hand: A/A.  He hits quads on the turn and river and I leave mad at myself.
  It might not sound like that bad a play, but believe me, it was.  For one, I over bet preflop.  I could have bet 3000 instead of 4500 and got the same information.  Also, after playing with this guy for awhile, there was no way my tens were good in that spot.  In hindsight it was so clear, so this one stings.  Hee-haw.

Last Update: July 12, 2009, 12:59PM | Permalink (0 Comments)

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