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Birthday: January 15, 1975
Location: Butte, MT

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Total Entries: 375
Total Won/Lost: $4,497.95
Total Hours: 899
Earnings/Hour: $5.00
Biggest Win: $570.00
Biggest Loss: -$1,018.95


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Poker Blog for dnshy

Most Recent Log Entries

January 5, 2010, 2AM: Played 1 hour, 25 minutes, Made $151.00 at full tilt
$0.50 Pot-Limit Omaha

crazy start to my session, I have AA double the very first hand I post my bb.  It's raised and reraised into me.  This is a deep stack game as well, so I have 100 in play, guy that 3 bet has about 62 in front of him, I make it 15 to go and he calls.  The flop is 7 4 2, so I figure I can't really take my foot off the gas, so I bet 30, he raises all in and shows me 8 7 5 4 double suited (the same two I had for the record), so I wanted to puke of course, my full hand is AA 10 4, so I flop the 4 as well and then the dandy 10 peels off the turn giving me the lead and the river bricks out.  Same guy two hands later I have AAQQ with nut hearts, it's raised by someone and he repops it, so again I make a big raise and he shoves over me for about 30 total and rolls over 4 5 6 7, the flop hits him pretty hard, 7 3 2 rainbow, but it comes running hearts to give me another big pot and a quick 100 start to the session.
pretty boring rest of session, only one other hand I wanted to think about.  I can't believe that I don't win more when I find hands like this, I have AQJ10 in my bb, it's raised from middle postion, so I of course call it.  Flop is A K 4, so I am pretty happy with it, I check and it's checked behind.  The J peels right off for me but also makes flush draw possible so I pot it for 8 bucks and the opponent calls, the river is a total brick, I think a 7, so I put in 14 which is what the fool has left, he pays me off with AQ65, top pair top kicker, I should probably point out the flush draw on the turn was also not an option he had in hand, was a total gutterball only.  I wouldn't have ever dreamed about paying 8 on the turn drawing like that, he didn't even improve and gave me another 14.  Please let me keep running smooth.

Last Update: January 5, 2010, 3:54AM | Permalink (0 Comments)

January 4, 2010, 4PM: Played 1 hour, 47 minutes, Made $12.00 at full tilt
$0.50 Pot-Limit Omaha

pretty boring session really, was almost entirely just a blinding station.  Had about 30 more than this but got into a pot vs. a ramming donkey with a wrap and I couldn't find it.  Actually pulled off most of my winning with a couple big bluffs where I got people to lay down on scary boards.

Last Update: January 4, 2010, 4:13PM | Permalink (0 Comments)

January 3, 2010, 1AM: Played 1 hour, 36 minutes, Lost $19.45 at full tilt
$0.50 Pot-Limit Omaha

kinda donked off a few chips late in the session as was pretty tired.  had a couple nice pots go my way, trying to figure out how I didn't manage to win this session, only lost one really big pot.  just have a few minor leaks to patch up and I should start rolling at this thing.

Last Update: January 3, 2010, 1:13AM | Permalink (0 Comments)

January 1, 2010, 2PM: Played 3 hours, 21 minutes, Made $92.10 at full tilt
$0.50 Pot-Limit Omaha

I hope this is some sort of an answer for me.  I have been playing these cap pot games and started off killing them.  Lately just been going nowhere but down.  I started dabbling in a few no cap games and did fine.  Today I tried two of each just to see.  The cap games had me stuck huge, while I was up in both the no cap.  So I shut down the cap games and got in 4 no cap and went on a screaming heater.  I was stuck about 100 overall, but quickly went up 100 playing the other tables.  I think the reason is twofold...first I have a ton of respect for my chips in the no cap game, and secondly the other game is a bit like a low limit game where everyone is more willing to gamble.  I think that explains a lot of the beats I have been taking. I realize I will probably lose a few major suck out big pots this way, but so far I have been very cautious and punished people when I had a monster.  I clipped Karina Jett for 80 when I flop top set vs. her wrap.  So far I haven't lost a pot I put many chips in.  The temptation to draw is much less because the amount I can lose isn't set like it is on the cap games.
hit a cooler on the last round before I quit, which I must admit I seem to do fairly often to come off about 30 right before quitting, but it's a winner at least.

Last Update: January 1, 2010, 2:37PM | Permalink (0 Comments)

December 29, 2009, 11PM: Played 2 hours, 8 minutes, Made $49.35 at full tilt
$1 Pot-Limit Omaha

had decided to try playing squeaky tight but aggressive, just can't do much with this hand.  I have AA97 double suited in bb, raise max preflop, get two callers, comes down K 8 6 with one of my suits as a draw, I jam it, guy has 8 8, so we get in, I just don't know how to play these hands.  I can't seem to catch in a big pot at all anymore, it's very frustrating.  I was money for over a month on here and now I can't book a win to save my life.
Wow, I am a donkey, but got hugely lucky.  Playing in a no cap game vs. a guy I had played with before and he is a donker.  I have 5 3 2 2 on my button and limp, he is in sb and pots it, one other caller so I come along.  Flop is 10 5 3, he bets 12 so I call it.  Turn is a 4.  I am putting him on a big pair here, so he bets and I shove over him for 80 bucks, I am dead on with my read, but didn't necessarily want the call, he shows AKKJ, and somehow the river is a 7 for 197 buck pot for me. 
I shouldn't bitch about this after that hand, but I am playing at a smaller game with 10 buck cap, I have AAxx and flop A 4 4 and of course run into 4 4, so annoying this sort of shit.  I win the 100 there, but lose 40 on the first hand I typed up and 10 here, just can't stay in the right direction.
ugh, at the no cap table had back to back hands vs. same guy cost me a hundred while at same time won 80 worth on another table.  First one I have JJ108, with hearts, flop 10 9 5 with 2 hearts, guy had 10 9 and I couldn't get him off it...the turn is an 8 and river an A and I raised him both streets but the stubborn bastard wouldn't fold.  Then then next time I got caught up with a total wrap against him and I bricked out.  Wish I could've avoided those two hands and booked a big win, but will take what I can get.

Last Update: December 30, 2009, 1:52AM | Permalink (0 Comments)

December 29, 2009, 2PM: Played 2 hours, 51 minutes, Lost $94.00 at full tilt
$0.50 Pot-Limit Omaha

man, just can't seem to do much right in cash games lately.  had a few hands I really just need to change a river card and I am probably up quite a bit.  I tried to play much more conservatively this session to avoid some of the huge swings, and mostly it just seemed to slow my losing.  I don't know if I need to open up and be more aggressive or what, but this isn't working at all anymore.  I must say there seems to be a few folks that win way more than their share of pots, their stacks just seem to go nowhere but up, almost like they know what's coming or can see your hands.  I try to note them, but one clipped me for a big pot where I flop top set and he called with 8 high flush draw and gutterball, the gutterball turned which also gave me nut flush draw with my top set, was a pretty fishy feeling hand, I never would've called 6 buck bet on flop with his cards.  I am still flopping my big hands in unraised hands heads up or 3 ways with no money, but anytime there is considerable action preflop I am missing everything badly.

Last Update: December 29, 2009, 3:01PM | Permalink (0 Comments)

December 28, 2009, 10PM: Played 3 hours, 58 minutes, Lost $18.75 at full tilt
$0.50 Pot-Limit Omaha

got just pig stuck playing early on, had one hand with nut flush vs. two sets, get it in after turn and they find a river board pair (that I had one of in my hand as well).  Think I was down about 120, so made quite a comeback, won 2 big 3 way pots that got me back close, but still a very frustrating day overall.  can't take too many more like this one.

Last Update: December 28, 2009, 10:22PM | Permalink (0 Comments)

December 28, 2009, 6PM: Played 3 hours, 49 minutes, Made $15.47 at full tilt
$24 Buy-In Pot-Limit Omaha Tournament (299 Players)

absolute grind.  I won one pot early to go from 3k to 5k, then didn't play another pot until I had roughly 3k left and won a double up pot to get to about 8k, then again nothing other than one button call and one call in middle position with a monster hand that I luckily totally bricked while I was trying to grind down to the money.  Got lucky with 40 left (36 paid) and woke up with AAK4 and about 4k vs. KKQJ double suited and got a 4 4 7 rainbow flop.
hit the money with 9960 (1/3 average stack, where I have been all tourny) and 500/1000 blinds.
one donkey ramming a ton all tourny, I have about 5k left and 20 players, they make it 4800 to go so I am basically calling all in.  I have AKQ7, he has K J 10 10, so I don't hate my chances, flop is perfect, A J 4, turn 7, I am WAY ahead, river Q...damn the luck.  I still would've been close to last in chips had I won anyway, but obviously you would like the chance to live another day there.

Last Update: December 28, 2009, 10:20PM | Permalink (0 Comments)

December 28, 2009, 12PM: Played 2 hours, 6 minutes, Lost $177.35 at full tilt
$0.50 Pot-Limit Omaha

holy cow, the site obviously missed taking my money.  whatever I did it wasn't working out.  slowplay bad, fast play bad, fold I would've hit, call I miss.  had AA 3 times and repop preflop, and every time the guy flops the world's fair on me, just nothing I could do.  Really just had this we are taking your money feel to it, as I couldn't flop anything in a raised pot, but would flop the nuts heads up vs. another blind.  Tough to win when you drag 2 buck pots and lose 20 when you have something.

Last Update: December 28, 2009, 1:20PM | Permalink (0 Comments)

December 25, 2009, 3PM: Played 1 hour, 36 minutes, Made $98.95 at full tilt
$0.50 Pot-Limit Omaha

got off to great start, 3rd hand of session I flop top set vs. a guy with middle set and another guy with flush draw and stand up to get up 40 right away.  Then went on a screaming little 10 minute heater to get up about 140, but took two beats to same guy, first one I have KK and flop top set on K 4 3 flop, I fire right out at it and guy raises all in with 10 5 5 2 and rivers the 6 on me.  Then a bit later same guy raises on button, it's my bb, I have AAxx and repot, he shoves in over me with J 7 4 3 and flops Q 7 3.  He obviously wanted to give me some money but didn't work out.

Last Update: December 25, 2009, 3:59PM | Permalink (0 Comments)

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