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From the Poker Blog for aceofaustin

September 1, 2010, 12AM: Played 3 hours, Broke Even at Unabomber Poker
Free-Roll No-Limit Texas Hold'em Tournament (7th out of 91 Players)

UNABOMBER BOUNTY FREEROLL : What an amazing expieriance I played with Phil"Unabomber"Laak tonight he sat next to me for more than two and a half hours we traded blows a few times , I shoved with KK and then AA , I caught a set of tens all in for 17k that put me in 3rd at the final table, 10 ppl left and so I was anxious to get Phil in a hand , He was at 7k or maybe 14k IDK in 7th place , The very next hand I was UTG blinds were 1000/2000 I think , I had JT off easy fold its a tight game and I dont want to lose chips , Right behind me Phil shoves, Im like damn it ! I would had like to seen a flop at least against him. The big stack at the table called with K8 ,Phil Laak had A5 , Flop came all trash to make a long story short I would had won the hand with a pair of tens and taken him out myself , Unabomber Laak was taken out by the chip leader in 10th place , I was in awe for a few hours I will be back Phil Laak and we will get that heads up match I have been dreaming about. Bucket list !
Just weeks removed from a high-profile ATV mishap, Phil Laak and his online poker site, Unabomber Poker, will host a special Unabomber Bounty Freeroll on August 31st. As its name implies, the player who knocks out Laak from his very own tournament takes home a prize, an autographed Unabomber hoodie.
Laak has been preoccupied with recouping from his accident that occurred on August 5th in the wilds of Oregon. He Tweeted on Wednesday to his 11,000-plus followers, “Today I figured out a way to lay on my stomach. Divine. Manana getting new cast to isolate the wrist smash deal. PT on elbow then begins.” Laak posted a multitude of images of the accident and added via Twitter, “Jennifer is the best. Cuddling with her is better for the pain then even my Percocet pain medicine.” Cute.
Despite the swag up for grabs, text found in an e-mail distributed to the media last week cautioned, “The receipt of the sweatshirt might be somewhat delayed due to the fact that Laak also broke his writing hand.” The top seven finishers on the Unabomber Bounty Freeroll will receive Gold Chips as an added bonus for playing, with the amount ranging from 50 Gold Chips for seventh to 300 for first. Registration for the Unabomber Bounty Freeroll will open 60 minutes prior to its 8:00pm ET start time.
Laak broke down his injury in the same press release and then found time to talk smack about the August 31st bounty tournament on Unabomber Poker: “I easily could have lost my eye or had soup for brains. I got lucky and only have seven broken bones in my arm and 34 stitches around my eye. With Nurse Jennifer taking care of me well, I now have plenty of time now for online poker. While I am definitely battered and bruised physically, my brain is razor sharp. Just try and take me down on August 31st.”
Laak is fresh off setting the world record for longest continuous poker session at 115 hours in June at the Bellagio in Las Vegas. His lively personality and propensity for prop betting has landed him airtime on several of the industry’s staple television shows, including NBC’s “Poker After Dark” and GSN’s “High Stakes Poker.”
Laak won the Season 2 World Poker Tour (WPT) Invitational at the Commerce Casino for $100,000, one of three WPT final tables for “The Unabomber.” He’s made one final table during his World Series of Poker (WSOP) career, lodging a second place finish in a $2,500 Pot Limit Hold’em event five years ago for $156,000. He won the 2009 PartyPoker World Open for $250,000 and has two victories in “Poker After Dark” tournaments.
Unabomber Poker is a card-carrying member of the Cake Poker Network, whose roster of sites includes Cake Poker, DoylesRoom, and Power Poker. The Network is the 16th largest worldwide in terms of real money ring game traffic, boasting a seven-day running average of 850 cash game players according to The Network’s sites gladly accept players from the United States.
Laak and Victory Poker pro Antonio Esfandiari Tweeted throughout the ATV ordeal, keeping their jovial spirits despite the circumstances. Numerous pictures were submitted via Twitter, including several memorable ones of Laak lying battered, bruised, and shirtless in a hospital bed.
Visit Unabomber Poker for more information. All of us here at Poker News Daily wish Laak a speedy road to recovery.
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Last Update: September 25, 2010, 3:20AM | Permalink (0 Comments)

From the Poker Blog for dnshy

September 24, 2010, 1AM: Played 1 hour, 2 minutes, Made $22.85 at full tilt rush
$0.10 Pot-Limit Omaha

got in a couple big pots and ran well in I flop top two vs. preflop raiser and they ram home the nut flush draw and gutshot and miss...another I 3 bet with AA guy with KK calls and we get it in for 8 on the flop of 9 5 3, he has KK72, I had a wheel draw and turned the 4 that sealed the deal.
Statistics for 797 Hands
Street        Saw        Saw/Total        
Flop        231        29%        
Turn        130        16%        
River        86        11%        
Showdown        54        7%        
Street        Won        Won/Saw        Won/Total        
Pre-flop        16        2%        2%        
Flop        17        7%        2%        
Turn        12        9%        2%        
River        13        15%        2%        
Showdown        36        67%        5%

Last Update: September 24, 2010, 1:47AM | Permalink (0 Comments)

From the Poker Blog for dnshy

September 22, 2010, 1AM: Played 1 hour, 1 minute, Made $17.89 at full tilt rush
$0.10 Pot-Limit Omaha

not a bad session, but had the chance to be really good, had a monster hand I missed, 3 way action I have 4 5 6 8 double suited on the button, bb raises and one other calls besides me.  flop is 2 4 7 rainbow, bb fires, next guy pots, I can't go anywhere, I am in for about 15 total, bb calls, I expect to be up against something big...the bb has AAJJ, the other moron has 2 8 9 10 for bottom pair only, it comes K 7 and I somehow can't improve, what's really gross is if AAJJ folds I drag the damn thing with 4's.  After that I kinda hit a bad run and went from up 15 to stuck 20ish, but had a couple really kind gifts from people, one guy drawing stone cold dead when I repotted him preflop with AA and flop the nut flush, I check the turn behind him then bet 2 into about 5 on the turn and he check raises me all in with one pair.
Statistics for 736 Hands
Street        Saw        Saw/Total        
Flop        211        29%        
Turn        121        16%        
River        90        12%        
Showdown        63        9%        
Street        Won        Won/Saw        Won/Total        
Pre-flop        15        2%        2%        
Flop        22        10%        3%        
Turn        9        7%        1%        
River        9        10%        1%        
Showdown        38        60%        5%

Last Update: September 22, 2010, 2:00AM | Permalink (0 Comments)

From the Poker Blog for dnshy

September 20, 2010, 5AM: Played 1 hour, 57 minutes, Lost $16.16 at full tilt rush
$0.10 Pot-Limit Omaha

dumbass me, I was stuck the whole session until about 2 minutes til I reach my points goal and I hit a nice pot and get about 4 bucks ahead...then I get in a pot with top set 2nd nut flush draw vs. a wrap and smaller flush draw, the river hits him, but I shove in my last 6 into about 25 and get shown the nuts, so was stuck about 10 and couldn't quit.  been avoiding these little stupid moves, but tonight got me.
Statistics for 1506 Hands
Street        Saw        Saw/Total        
Flop        441        29%        
Turn        256        17%        
River        189        13%        
Showdown        127        8%        
Street        Won        Won/Saw        Won/Total        
Pre-flop        31        2%        2%        
Flop        34        8%        2%        
Turn        19        7%        1%        
River        25        13%        2%        
Showdown        65        51%        4%

Last Update: September 20, 2010, 5:33AM | Permalink (0 Comments)

From the Poker Blog for rubytide

September 20, 2010, 3AM: Played 6 hours, Lost $90.00 at PokerStars
$200 Buy-In No-Limit Texas Hold'em Tournament (1,691st out of 9587 Players)

WCOOP Event 41. $1.5 million guaranteed.
its 3am and i just woke up after 3 hours of sleep. i'm very tired. but i hope i can make it til i'm very very tired...2nd hand in, got it allin with AK vs AK on a AK7 flop. zzz. got moved, then made a couple hands to chip up to 13960 at first break. nice start.
1st break. 18130 stack. avg 13048. 7345 players left. i'm 1st on the table and i havent done much. such sat back and waited for good spots. no missteps yet. i think i could have gotten more value out of one hand. very active guy raises, one caller, i call from bb with KQc. flop QsQhJs. i check, guy bets, other guy folds. i only call. turn is king. i lead out. he calls. river is another king. i bet again. he calls and has Q9o. i think if i had checkraised the flop or even led out i could have taken a much bigger pot. oh well, in good shape.
2nd break. 18560. avg 17310. 5539 left. 5th on table. didnt get any hands to play and there was a lot of action around me. a couple of these guys are gonna give away their stacks pretty light, so i just have to wait for my spots. patience patience. 6am and the sun is coming up!
3rd break. 35960. avg 25k. 3820 left. 2nd on table. only played 2 hands this hour. limped from lp with 22 and flopped a set and had some guy make a move at me. board was 23878 and he shoved the river trying to represent an 8 i guess. wouldnt have mattered if he did have an 8 anyway. so i doubled up. we should make the money during the next hour. not sleepy yet. thankfully. 7am
4th break. 54304. avg 38.5k. 2484 left. 1260 paid. we hardly lost any players that level. damn. but we certainly will make the money this next hour. i got moved to a new table and there are not many chips. lots of guys have 20bb or less. i stacked one guy with 55 from the bb vs his AQc on a board of 5TA6J. really the only hand of note. i might have to do a little more stealing at this table cuz everyone seems to be playing it pretty tight. still no missteps to this point. patience.
i'm an idiot. i lost one big pot and i lose my patience and call off all my chips on just a draw on the turn and miss to bust. stupid.

Last Update: September 19, 2010, 6:56PM | Permalink (0 Comments)

From the Poker Blog for dnshy

September 19, 2010, 2AM: Played 1 hour, 8 minutes, Made $0.44 at full tilt rush
$0.10 Pot-Limit Omaha

had a nice 15 buck win going, got into a pot where I have top 3 on a raggedy board, preflop raise rams the turn for about 3 bucks, I shove over him for about 10 more and he calls with 1 pair 2nd nut flush draw and finds the A of his suit to kick me in the nuts.  didn't mind the call though, guess I could've just call foled there but I had him in horrible shape after they were rolled over, will get em tomorrow night.
Statistics for 872 Hands
Street        Saw        Saw/Total        
Flop        237        27%        
Turn        128        15%        
River        81        9%        
Showdown        61        7%        
Street        Won        Won/Saw        Won/Total        
Pre-flop        13        1%        1%        
Flop        23        10%        3%        
Turn        16        13%        2%        
River        4        5%        0%        
Showdown        37        61%        4%

Last Update: September 19, 2010, 2:23AM | Permalink (0 Comments)

From the Poker Blog for dnshy

September 18, 2010, 2AM: Played 59 minutes, Made $10.07 at full tilt rush
$0.10 Pot-Limit Omaha

could've been a little better session, but took a beat vs. a moron who called with one pair, gutshot 2nd nut flush and rivers me, I had him in pretty sickly bad shape.  That hand and another had me from up 10 to stuck 10 pretty quick, but regrouped and got back to where I was.  managing to quit right at my points goal last several days, so shorter sessions have been good for morale and bankroll.
Statistics for 788 Hands
Street        Saw        Saw/Total        
Flop        211        27%        
Turn        115        15%        
River        75        10%        
Showdown        51        6%        
Street        Won        Won/Saw        Won/Total        
Pre-flop        12        2%        2%        
Flop        14        7%        2%        
Turn        9        8%        1%        
River        9        12%        1%        
Showdown        32        63%        4%

Last Update: September 18, 2010, 2:19AM | Permalink (0 Comments)

From the Poker Blog for rubytide

September 17, 2010, 10PM: Played 2 hours, 30 minutes, Lost $269.00 at Crown - Melbourne
$3 No-Limit Texas Hold'em

went broke on the first hand i got dealt. 3 limpers, i make it $15 with AhQs. 6 to the flop. Qh8h2c. sb leads out for $25, folds to me, i make it $85. he calls. turn is Kh. i pick up the nut flush draw. he leads out for $25 into a $260 pot. i move allin for $100. he grimaces and calls. he only has about $15 left. river is 7d. he shows me Qc7h for a rivered 2 pair. wtf!!! reload and spend the next 2.5 hrs limp/miss/fold, raise/miss/fold, limp/call a raise/miss/fold, raise/miss/bluff/get raised/fold, limp/miss/fold. i won exactly one pot in 2.5 hrs. and the idiot next to me was so drunk he could barely speak, yet he made the nuts about 6 hands in a row and ran his $100 buyin up to about a grand in 20 minutes while busting the whole table. then the waiter cut him off and he got mad and took his money and left. fuck my life.

Last Update: September 17, 2010, 11:43AM | Permalink (0 Comments)

From the Poker Blog for dnshy

September 16, 2010, 1AM: Played 1 hour, 1 minute, Lost $16.28 at full tilt rush
$0.10 Pot-Limit Omaha

was stuck about 35 so made a little run.  had a couple tough ones early on, one I flop top set on Q 6 4 flop guy shoves in with me holding KK and K high flush draw which he drills right on the turn.  the other one was of my own doing flopping top two and a gutshot vs. a guy who flops bottom set and was aggressive with it on flop, I tried to bluff him when a flush rivered but he happily called 5 more with it.  kinda had some family news that had me a bit distracted, but I don't feel like I played too terribly, maybe a little too loose.
Statistics for 809 Hands
Street        Saw        Saw/Total        
Flop        237        29%        
Turn        136        17%        
River        86        11%        
Showdown        62        8%        
Street        Won        Won/Saw        Won/Total        
Pre-flop        16        2%        2%        
Flop        14        6%        2%        
Turn        13        10%        2%        
River        7        8%        1%        
Showdown        40        65%        5%

Last Update: September 16, 2010, 1:09AM | Permalink (0 Comments)

From the Poker Blog for dnshy

September 15, 2010, 1AM: Played 1 hour, 14 minutes, Made $50.81 at full tilt rush
$0.10 Pot-Limit Omaha

finally! ran into several situations where guys apparently didn't need their chips so they gave them to me.  started with a pot where I flop nut str. in bb and sb does as well, but I have flush draw and we get all in on turn and I spike it.  then people just started handing me stacks, one time I have the nut flush, guy who raised can't stop ramming, we get it in on turn, he actually called a couple more bucks with 1 pair drawing dead.  another one someone tries a check raise move when I turn a boat, I was a bit gunshy and just paid it off.  another hand I turn 2nd nut boat vs. button with 5's full of A's so AA is only hand that beats me, he river's 5's full of 8's and puts a huge raise on my bet, I only call like a donk leaving a couple bucks out there.  anyway, ran very well and for some reason people were wild with their stacks against me.
Statistics for 1008 Hands
Street        Saw        Saw/Total        
Flop        266        26%        
Turn        154        15%        
River        99        10%        
Showdown        70        7%        
Street        Won        Won/Saw        Won/Total        
Pre-flop        23        2%        2%        
Flop        24        9%        2%        
Turn        20        13%        2%        
River        10        10%        1%        
Showdown        39        56%        4%

Last Update: September 15, 2010, 1:17AM | Permalink (0 Comments)


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