Birthday: Prefer not to say
Location: Austin Texas
Total Entries: 427
Total Won/Lost: $4,743.48
Total Hours: 457
Biggest Win: $460.00
Biggest Loss: -$140.00
Poker Log Entry for aceofaustin
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December 26, 2016, 5PM: Played 2 hours, Made $590,000.00 at Poker Stars Lite
$20,000 Buy-In No-Limit Texas Hold'em Tournament (2nd out of 780 Players) (Play Money)
I pissed some people off. One guy was in first early. He was sitting pretty with 70k I had about 14k when I joined his table, it was funny because he was handling the other opponents like a boss. I watched the betting for a few blinds, 100/200 if I remember correctly. I think I was delt 8♣ 9♣ I was playing a wide range. On that hand I was waiting for a strait or a flush I think both but ended up with a set of 888 on the river, it was goid enough to win the pot I maximized my 14k and doubled it up. The guy was from Brazil he was eager to get back into another hand against me, mix it up. I did some things in the following few hands to set him up for the okeydoke. The fourth or fifth hand I had taken almost all his loot, he had only something like 4.5k left he (Dissconected) I had a hard laugh. I realized he must have thrown his phone.
Near the end I was holding steady with 140k and reached the final table. Of course the only American on the table again, we continued play, the blinds were like 10k/20k. I had about 250k when like 5 of us were All In I lost K❤ flush. Someone had A❤ flush. I remained on the table with 12k chips I was in 3rd for a moment. I played my little heart out to get back to 450k I took out the #3. I gave #1 fits after he won the big hand he had 1,000,000 chips I was able to take back half his stack before I got unlucky. From 12k to 450k. My lose was anticlimatic at that point I was playing a wide range real agressive like. He got lucky and called a long shot 4 outer aftrr the flop and hit a strait on the river. Second place 590k in play chips. Practice makes perfect
Last Update: December 30, 2016, 11:18AM
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