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From the Poker Blog for mdelagarza

December 9, 2012, 9AM: Played 2 hours, 10 minutes, Made $75.00 at HG
$2/4 Texas Hold'em

Eh pretty short session.
Had a tricky scenario..
Had AA 3bet someone pre flop to 35ish.. I have a little over a hundred left and was covered.. I 3bet out of the blinds as well.
Flop 567 all diamonds.. The person I was playing against was fairly conservative.. I ended up betting 35-45 on the flop hoping to take it down (since I didn't have a diamond).. He ended up calling, the turn was an 8 completing a one card straight. I ended up just throwing in the towel.. Sure enough he bet 80 and showed me a set of 88s.
I feel like the only correct play there is to jam all in on the flop, no other play.. What am I hoping to turn? A diamond? I feel like most players have to respect an over pair there.

Last Update: December 10, 2012, 10:14AM | Permalink (6 Comments)

From the Poker Blog for mdelagarza

December 8, 2012, 8PM: Played 5 hours, 40 minutes, Made $1,020.00 at HG
$2/4 Texas Hold'em

Played really well. There were a few spots where I should've stolen the blinds. Or where I should've isolated the limpers. I came up a lot and that might've stopped my aggroness. I was also really satisfied with how much I was coming up, reading people wasn't that much of a priority and that's a big no no. I need to continue to play my hands a bit slower and not worry about getting them getting cracked.
I'm also slowly but surely learning how to play back at good regs or conservative players. I'm beginning to double barrel the turn not giving them pot odds to play any more.. And if they call or raise I throw in the towel.

Last Update: December 9, 2012, 9:01PM | Permalink (8 Comments)

From the Poker Blog for GAMEOVER33

December 3, 2012, 4PM: Played 6 hours, Lost $470.00 at Bicycle Casino
$3 No-Limit Texas Hold'em

AKs<33......pre flop 18 raise. 4 callers. flop comes A64. I bet 60. One caller. Turn comes 3. I bet 120. Guy obviously goes all in. I had to pay him off after the clown hit his 3 on the turn. Guess the guy didnt believe I had an A.  Seems to be the story lately.
Short buy after I was in the hole 300. Not a good idea. Called a few 15-20 dollar raises with small pairs and multiple callers. Didnt hit any sets. Hands crippled my 170 stack. Eventually lost it. Didnt play well after the short buy.
Time to start over. #GAMEISBEATABLE

Last Update: December 5, 2012, 1:54AM | Permalink (12 Comments)

From the Poker Blog for mdelagarza

December 2, 2012, 12PM: Played 8 hours, 30 minutes, Made $335.00 at HG
$1/2 Texas Hold'em

Overall good session. Learned a lot as always.
3 noteable lessons
1)I regret limping with suited connectors, I either have to come out raising or folding, there's no in between.
2) I had an over pair and played it way to freaken fast on such a dry board. I have to relax and take a couple deep breathes.
3) There was a hand where I had 8-8 and I should've called a raise pre flop.. I had the right odds because it was a multi way pot. I guess I hated the fact that I was in the sb position and way out of position. Sure enough I would've flopped a set and make the initial raiser go broke with his J-J
I could've played longer but I was beating myself up for the way I played a few hands. I can't do that anymore, I have to learn to just take misplayed hands as experience.

Last Update: December 3, 2012, 12:27PM | Permalink (15 Comments)

From the Poker Blog for GAMEOVER33

December 1, 2012, 9PM: Played 6 hours, Broke Even at Bicycle Casino
$3 No-Limit Texas Hold'em

Was up 150 until hour 4.
I raised 18 preflop. Three callers. Flop comes Q36. It checks around to me. I bet 45. Small blind calls. Turn comes A. Check Check. River comes 9. Check Check. Guy says he called my 45 post flop bet thinking he had a flush draw. He didnt have a draw and he ended up spiking the A on the turn. LOL. Guy was an idiot. HE went broke 4 hands later.
Had pockets 10's a few times and called a few pre flop raises with them (15-20 dollar raises). Folded after the flop every time. Paint all over. Whole cards never really developed into anything.
Cashed out even after 6 hours of play. NOT MOTIVATING!!! AND the HOT ASS DEALERS in RED DRESSES were so freakin DISTRACTING!!!! I think I fell in love!!!! LOL

Last Update: December 2, 2012, 5:12PM | Permalink (18 Comments)

From the Poker Blog for GAMEOVER33

November 29, 2012, 5PM: Played 6 hours, Made $117.00 at Bicycle Casino
$3 No-Limit Texas Hold'em

Was in the hole early. 3rd hand in I was down 200 when my JJ lost to AK....guy made it 20....2 other bad bad bad players called (knew they had nothing).....then i bumped it to 60 total.....guy went all in preflop and I called. Lost the coin toss!
Started playing with the guy who gave me two bad beats a few days ago and made my 2hundo back from him. Sadly, he changed tables after I called his $85 bluff on the river.
Long 6 hours of getting out of the hole. Left up 100.....Almost minimum wage! LOL

Last Update: November 30, 2012, 3:05AM | Permalink (23 Comments)

From the Poker Blog for DeDobber

September 4, 2012, 12AM: Played 3 hours, 30 minutes, Lost $399.00 at Casino M8trix
$5 No-Limit Texas Hold'em

It has been a while. I didn't play poorly. Probably not aggressive enough, but nothing really ever hit for me, either.
Jesse had the hand of the night. He had K5 for two pair, and a very loose player has AQ for a pair of queens. Jesse raises all-in and then shows him his hand. He folds, of course, and then Jesse makes the dealer turn over the river card, a Queen, which would have made the guy a set. It was a big pot before the all-in raise. Jesse probably made over $200 on the hand and went on to win about $800 for the night. Fucker.

Last Update: September 5, 2012, 6:41AM | Permalink (34 Comments)

From the Poker Blog for Eyehatepoker1

August 5, 2012, 12PM: Played 3 hours, 50 minutes, Made $520.00 at Lilac Lanes
$20 Buy-In No-Limit Texas Hold'em Tournament (1st out of 41 Players)

The 1500 dollar monthly freeroll.  To qualify, you must either win a daily morning tournament, or log enough hours in the cash game.  Had both covered.  My roll continues.  Chopped it 3 ways for 630 each.  90 dollar tip, with one 20 dollar add-on for a profit of 520.  Got outplayed early on in the tourney, lost about 40% of my stack when I mucked my aces on the river to a board of 4/5/7/6/7, should have sniffed out the bluff, but couldn't quite pull the trigger.  Worked out anyways, got moved to a much easier table after that and flowed like water.

Last Update: August 5, 2012, 10:22PM | Permalink (34 Comments)

From the Poker Blog for Eyehatepoker1

July 18, 2012, 7PM: Played 2 hours, 47 minutes, Made $500.00 at Aces Casino
$40 Buy-In No-Limit Texas Hold'em Tournament (1st out of 30 Players)

Sitting home bored, I remembered Rick telling me that Aces was adding 300 dollars to their nightly tournaments 7 days a week while only getting 2 tables.  With those odds I thought it was worth a shot.  They allow 1 re-entry for the first 3 rounds.  Some crazy hands, people not knowing what there doing, someone laid down Aces up after the flop for a small bet and showed it, not even realizing what he had, which would have busted me.  The same player refused a four way chop, and of course went out 4'th.  1'st was supposed to be 675, 2'nd was 405...heads up I had about a 2-1 chip lead, he wanted to chop, so I offered to take 600, which he immediately took.  Tipped 60 bux, 40 dollar buy in...profit of 500.  Cakewalk.

Last Update: July 19, 2012, 2:03AM | Permalink (34 Comments)

From the Poker Blog for Eyehatepoker1

July 10, 2012, 10AM: Played 2 hours, 55 minutes, Made $147.00 at Lilac Lanes
$25 Buy-In No-Limit Texas Hold'em Tournament (1st out of 25 Players)

Chopped heads up...I'm including my tips in this now, cause I ain't going home with it, so it makes sence for me to do so...tipped 40 bux for the miracle hands...This was as lucky as I can ever remember getting in a tournament.  All in preflop with K/Q of hearts for 2100, Dan Jones is in with two black Aces, comes running hearts for the double up...look down at wired Kings a few minutes later, Randy Beals had bet 2100, I go all in in the BB for about 4800, he insta calls with 10/10 and flops a 10, but the turn was a King...then down to four handed, I shove preflop with 3/3 and get snap called by wired Jacks, flop comes 2/2/10, turns a 3!...finally heads up with about a 4-1 chip disadvantage, Tom Carson asks if I want to chop and gives me the seat to the freeroll...yes I do.

Last Update: July 10, 2012, 5:21PM | Permalink (37 Comments)


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