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Birthday: January 15, 1975
Location: Butte, MT

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Total Entries: 521
Total Won/Lost: $4,548.67
Total Hours: 1,103
Earnings/Hour: $4.12
Biggest Win: $631.38
Biggest Loss: -$1,018.95


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Poker Blog for dnshy

Most Recent Log Entries

July 10, 2010, 5PM: Played 1 hour, 7 minutes, Lost $43.86 at full tilt rush
$0.25 Pot-Limit Omaha

christ I ran so bad in a couple key pots here.  I have one hand that was just so sick the guy even played the hand no less caught the 2 outer. I have AQJ5 nut diamonds, it's raised 3 way action, flop is Q 6 5 with 2 diamonds, preflop raiser bets, I raise it, he gets in and rolls over AKQ2, drawing stone cold dead to the 2 kings that aren't the diamond and of course the K of hearts peels off the river for him.  I was more than slightly annoyed and got in a lot easier than usual, so glad I quit, but another crappy one I have KJ87 double suited on button and am first in so I raise, sb repops, I call...flop is J 7 3, he bets I jam we get it in and he has 2 4 5 6 for inside wrap, turn is Q giving me a flush draw but of course he finds a 6.  Seems so hard to put a run together and totally easy to give it away.  I am very annoyed with this session today.

Last Update: July 10, 2010, 5:51PM | Permalink (0 Comments)

July 9, 2010, 1PM: Played 5 hours, 22 minutes, Made $2.37 at full tilt rush
$0.25 Pot-Limit Omaha

wow, what a session.  I was working at the hospital again today and brought my laptop.  I was absolutely on fire the first hour or so, had it up about 110.  Then I started to get a little carried away trying to bully with my big stacks (had 90 or something at one table and 70 at the other).  Then I got involved in a big pot where I flop wrap and turn nuts, get in with a guy who can't fold AA and flush draw, river is the nightmare board pair flush card, so that really hurt.  Then I kinda got mad at my chips for an hour and really was gambling as opposed to calculated steal attempts.  Called everything preflop and my stack suffered as I got stuck about 30 bucks.  Finally I pulled my head out of my ass and resumed normal grinding and got back to a little winner and called it good enough.  I have no clue where this idiocy keeps coming from, it's like I don't wanna have a decent bankroll on here sometimes.  At least this was great for my points, I only need about 800 more for the ipod which I should get in a week of regular play.
I also wanted to type about a ridiculous beat I put on someone, so totally sick.  I have a fine hand preflop KQJ9 double suited, it's raised by bb and I call.  Flop is Q 9 x rainbow, he checks I pot he raises, I get stubborn and shove on him (this was in my mad at chips part) he has AQQ10, whoops.  But the running 9 9 board gives me one of the best suck outs of my career.  Those types of hands never seem to go my way, man what a sick beat for that guy.

Last Update: July 9, 2010, 1:52PM | Permalink (0 Comments)

July 8, 2010, 7PM: Played 1 hour, 19 minutes, Made $19.06 at full tilt rush
$0.25 Pot-Limit Omaha

absolute miracle session to get winner, I didn't drag a pot where I had the best hand until the very end.  Stole about 5 or 6 pots against preflop raisers and forced them to fold on scary boards, best one I have 6677 in's raised I call and bb repots...we both call, so roughly 10 in the pot, flop is KKQ with 2 hearts, I check totally ready to give up on the hand, but raiser makes it only 1.50 to go, other guy folds, so I am thinking that's quads or nothing (well AA obviously), so I make it 4, he calls, turn is a brick nothing, I fire out 5 and he mucks.  Was pretty happy with that play.  Anyway, did that sort of thing to hang around even, right before I get to my points to quit, in fact the hand that got me there I have AJ107 with A10 of clubs.  It's not raised preflop and I am in bb.  Flop is 9 7 clubs 3, I check, guy bets and I call for something like .85.  Turn is the 8 of clubs, I check he bets pretty small, something like .75, I check raise to 2.25 and he insta makes it 8.25.  I am like damn...56 of clubs really? I had a situation in this session where I laid down an A high flush which I will type about in a sec here, but twice in a session? I call and check the brick river, he shoves for 14, I can't let it go and he rolls over K23 of clubs.  The other hand I fold the A high flush...flop 2 diamonds something like 9 6, turn is a 7 of diamonds, and the river puts up another middle diamond think the 4, so a few were possible...he bet the turn I just called hoping to get paid on river, he bets river to 1.50 and I make it 3.50 not wanting to chase him out and he insta pots it to like 14.  I suppose it helped that I have played with him and he is a super tight player.  I just don't think he would've done anything like that without the str. flush.  He had a hand earlier I played with him where he never bet once with KQQ9 on QJ1033 board.  He was trying to trap me up, but I had nothing and just bluffed at the flop so he didn't get anymore action.  It also helps that I love to make bets like that with a hand like a str. flush hoping to find where the nut flush is at, so I will bet it small early in the hand to try and build the pot if I can.

Last Update: July 8, 2010, 7:49PM | Permalink (0 Comments)

July 7, 2010, 7PM: Played 1 hour, 25 minutes, Made $73.78 at full tilt rush
$0.25 Pot-Limit Omaha

ran pretty good here, but actually left a big pot out there that I folded...which turned out % wise to be a great lay down.  That hand I have K10 clubs J9 hearts...flop is 8 7 2 with 2 diamonds, I am first to act and check, original bettor pots for 3.50 or so, called next spot, then jammed to 18, I really wanna call, but I decide to stay out harms way, so I cut it loose, original bettor folds other guy goes to 21 all in...the 21 fool has 3345 with 5 high flush draw, basically drawing dead...other guy has wrap from hell and 10 high flush draw...56910.  I plugged this in and was 22.22% to win, which surprised me.  Anyway, the turn is a black 10 and I would've drug a huge pot.  Then a little later I end up being a huge hypocrite and get stupid lucky in a big pot.  It's raised to my cutoff with A1097 double suited, button 3 bets to 3 bucks and 2 players call, so I do as well...flop is K J 2 with 2 hearts, checked to button who bets 9 into 12, one guy goes all in for less than 9 other folds, so it's back to me, I decide to stab here getting 27 to 9 on my nut flush draw gutterball, turn is an A, no help, guy shoves for 13, so it's once again I have great odds here, 49 to 13 is right about what I need so I call and dig out the miracle Q on the river...and neither other player has a 10, both flopped sets for a huge pot and a nice win.  Really wish I hadn't got stupid playing 1 buck blind and torked off that 360 the other day, would be almost back to 600 now, but at least I am back on the right track.  For whatever reason when I am playing to survive and get points it works out so much better for me.  I also have to admit that I am playing only 2 tables the last couple days so that's also great for my concentration and my ability to pick off pots I might not otherwise have even gone after.  I have also done a much better job at making player notes which was hard to do with 4 tables of rush poker going, so when I can pick on a donkey I am doing a much better job of that.

Last Update: July 7, 2010, 8:04PM | Permalink (0 Comments)

July 6, 2010, 12PM: Played 2 hours, 58 minutes, Made $9.98 at full tilt rush
$0.25 Pot-Limit Omaha

that was good for the points even though I am down to playing two tables.  got stuck (as usual) early on and it lasted about the whole session.  made a play I don't know why I can't get through my head...I have QJ98, it's raised and my bb, I call...flop is dreamy 10 9 7, but two diamonds, I check raise and get rammed again so it's an all in situation.  Guy rolls over the monster he raised with K1087 with 3 diamonds in hand, which of course has me drawing dead after the wheel card diamond turns.  I punched it in and amazingly I am only 51/49 on the flop there.  I would've imagined I would be much higher, especially since the straight cards can't tie me if he finds one.  I really need to quit being in such a hurry to get the chips in when I flop the nuts, seems like those hands almost always go against me.  I did finally start on a decent run, and kinda had the same scenario where I flop nut str. vs. a guy with set and another with nut flush draw and somehow I dodged that.  Hand that finally got me winner, I have AAK10 double suited under the gun and raise...get 3 bet from cutoff, so I make it 9 he calls.  Flop is 9 8 3 rainbow, obviously I can't go anywhere here, I bet he raises all in for about 21 total with AKQ8, which is exactly what I want him to have, turn nut flush draw and river an A to drag that one and get winner.  I played a few minutes longer, but I wanted to log another win, so I gave up on it.

Last Update: July 6, 2010, 12:40PM | Permalink (0 Comments)

July 5, 2010, 7PM: Played 1 hour, 43 minutes, Made $12.42 at full tilt rush
$0.25 Pot-Limit Omaha

back to the only goal is survival to get 2000 points to get my wife a free ipod touch.  tried to stay out of big pots without the goods and mostly it worked pretty well.  got stuck maybe 40 early on, thought a repeat of yesterday was coming, but I managed to hang in there and drag some pots and make a little win.

Last Update: July 5, 2010, 7:02PM | Permalink (0 Comments)

July 5, 2010, 5PM: Made $113.14 at full tilt

just in the nick of time...affiliate for june

Last Update: July 5, 2010, 5:16PM | Permalink (0 Comments)

July 4, 2010, 10PM: Played 44 minutes, Lost $362.00 at full tilt rush
$1 Pot-Limit Omaha

and we are finally broke again on here.  just amazing how a card or 2 can change everything...4 hands just ruin me, all obviously go against me.
first one I have AAQJ in bb, it's raised and called in 3 spots, I make it 18 and get 2 callers...flop is K 2 2, I bet it to see where I am, the big stack folds, small shoves, I have to call he shows 2 5 7 7, a total 18 buck monster.  The turn is actually a 10 giving me a pile of outs, but I couldn't find one.
2nd one I have the wrap with AKJ9 on Q 10 7 flop, I punched this in and I was actually the favorite on the flop, I didn't jam it, but we got in on the turn...he has Q 10 6 5 and somehow finds two wheel cards.
3rd one I have AA get repopped, guy is pretty short, also has AA, me spades him hearts, of course it comes 2 hearts, then hits running str. cards to get his 8 6 there for him.
the last one I have AJ94 in bb nut clubs, flop is J 9 4 with 2 clubs, guy raises me, I can't go anywhere, he has K K Q 10 and hits the absolute worst card ever on the turn...K, I can't find a club and I am broke.
Just didn't have the bankroll to survive a swing at this limit.  I have affiliate and bonus coming so this isn't the end, but it's frustrating.  They hit the wrap on me, I can't on them...AA vs. AA I can't even chop.  The 2 5 7 7, I just don't know what to say there, that guy obviously likes giving away chips.  Not sure I can find a spot I really hate the way I played a hand.  I probably could've saved maybe 30 bucks on the very last hand, but other than that I just really ran awful.  I only need about 2200 points to get my wife her ipod which has been my goal for a while now, so once I get that who knows where this will go.  There is a wall that I just can't seem to overcome.  Everytime I think I can supplement my income this way I go on a horrible run and tork off my 700 or 1500 or whatever it's up to.

Last Update: July 4, 2010, 10:32PM | Permalink (0 Comments)

July 4, 2010, 4PM: Played 7 minutes, Made $74.70 at full tilt rush
$1 Pot-Limit Omaha

had kinda been looking forward to playing, but was really tired...very first hand I sit down to is AA double suited, button makes it 3.50 I go up to 11, he calls, flop is J 7 5 rainbow, I bet it he calls, turn is a 10 giving me nut diamond draw...there is 66 in and he has about 35 left, which I am laying down to, so I bet it and he calls with 8873 and 8 high diamonds, river is a 7, which thank god I had one of as well and I take it down and am about 65 first hand.  Same guy raises a few hands later, I have QQ66 in position so I call, flop is 7 2 2, he half pots, I call, turn is a 7, he checks so I stab and take it down.  At this point I just said screw it, I would hate to donk this off tired, so I will gladly accept a nice little win, especially after my recent run.

Last Update: July 4, 2010, 4:43PM | Permalink (0 Comments)

July 2, 2010, 3PM: Played 58 minutes, Made $61.70 at full tilt rush
$1 Pot-Limit Omaha

the one table only definitely helps me a lot, I am into each hand much more and able to make a lot more moves.  one hand here I flop pair and open ender vs. preflop raiser on K 3 4 flop, turn is a K and I fired 17 into about 40 and got him to lay it down, when I play 4 tables I never try that sort of thing because I am not as in tuned to the action, who raised, etc.  Also a smaller player base, I can see who is tight and who is in every hand, so that helps too.  This limit is too big for my current bankroll but it's nice to get back what I lost earlier and have a small win for the day.

Last Update: July 2, 2010, 3:22PM | Permalink (0 Comments)

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