New Jersey Poker Community
Piscataway, New Jersey, United States
this is my convo with service. im sure many of you have something similar to this
XXXXX: again as I can see as per our records you are connected
XXXXX: and there is not a problem for you to participate in a tournament
edward : again i ask you, will i run into an issue later?
XXXXX: I cannot promise you anything, as I can see everything is working fine
XXXXX: you are located in New Jersey, you have enough Wi-Fi signals in rage, so you can play in the tournament
edward : thats more the accurate answer i expected. You can't promise anything yet you let thousands risk hundreds of thousands on your site? Have you no shame?
XXXXXXXX has exited the session.
You are the only user left in the session Posted 1 day, 7 hours ago
Kearny, New Jersey, United States
Just busted two tournaments probably within 5 minutes of each other. AK < AQ aipf on 888. Had a great stack in both tournaments before the shove.
I don't even play many tournaments . This is ridiculous. Posted 1 day, 0 hour ago
New Jersey, United States
I've now taken notes on over 1,000 players, and I have noticed a trend for NJ that I was wondering if other noticed.
In my notes, there seem to be relatively few average players. Most of the players I have observed over time are either excellent or the nut worst. Players in between are usually few and far between. This is in contract to my pre-NJ play (both pre and post BF) where I tracked a far greater number of average players and far less muppets (about the same percentage of excellent players, though).
Has anyone else noticed such a trend in their note-taking? Posted 1 day, 2 hours ago
Somerset, New Jersey, United States
Check out this tweet by Senator Ray Lesniak. It appears the NFL are making their final efforts to stop sports betting from taking off in NJ despite it already being legal in the Garden State. This may get ugly.
https://twitter.com/senatorlesniak/status/524230518377033728?refsrc=email Posted 5 hours, 0 minute ago
jp1979 Haddonfield, New Jersey, United States http://bonuscodepoker.com/dan-colman-shrugs-off-lotto-win Posted 6 hours, 24 minutes ago
stoverny Iselin, New Jersey, United States General MTT question... Late in a tournament when many of the smaller stacks are close to push-or-fold territory... limping AA in ep... good play, or fancy play syndrome? Kind of like a fake punt in football, feel like a genius when it works and an idiot when everyone limps/checks behind. Posted 3 hours, 57 minutes ago
JohnnnyDrama New Jersey, United States Borgata Fall Poker Open!! http://www.pocketfives.com/f20013/johnnnydramas-borgata-fall-poker-open-package-697067/#post7953419 Posted 4 hours, 38 minutes ago
Pompton Lakes, New Jersey, United States
So after 3 months of trying to give him every benefit of the doubt, Jamie Ross (finally) is completely ignoring my PMs and hasn't refunded me.
I have reached out to him several times, believed all his BS excuses, and he has logged into p5s several times without responding to my PMs.
Scumbag move, just thought you all should know. Posted Oct 9th
Somerset, New Jersey, United States
A federal bankruptcy court judge ruled Trump Entertainment could stop paying for healthcare and pensions of UNITE HERE Local 54 workers at Trump Taj Mahal, saving the casino for now, but potentially stripping these benefits from thousands of resort casino employees.
Although this move saves 3,000 jobs and prevents the Taj from closing, employees are left with no insurance unless they come out of pocket. According to the Associated Press "The decision today will certainly enrage the workers who have relied on and fought for their health care for three decades."
http://www.reviewjournal.com/business/casinos-gaming/taj-mahal-casino-seen-surviving-workers-plan-picket Posted 10 hours, 34 minutes ago
Redhotmomma Glen Ridge, New Jersey, United States So I am very meticulous about my player notes. If you've made a fancy play, or you've donked off your chips, I have a note on you. So last night, I am sitting on the button at the final table of the 10k. (and yes I lost again.) There are seven left. I am second in chips with 333k. BB is 20k with 2k antes. To my right, is a player who has a big fish on him. ( I will not mention names or post the hand. That would be rude.) So my notes say, "will call all-ins on flush draws!" So he raises on the cut-off to 40k, and I three-bet to 84k w AKo. He has 315k in chips and is sitting comfortably as well, as good as one could expect with this structure. Flop is K94 with two hearts. So I shove my 200k plus chips into the middle, and he calls to hit flush on the turn to win a 650+ pot with J10 h, and I am left crippled w 16 k. Now, did I make a mistake? Is that a shove pre when you know you are playing someone like this? Don't we want them to make these plays? Wacko said maybe if you know you're playing a fish, that's a shove aipf. Maybe that's a shove aipf no matter what. What do you guys think? ( Taking the night off, Gl tonight P5ers!) Posted 2 days, 14 hours ago
Dan Tennessee, United States John ChalkyWhite Winter won the PartyPoker/Borgata Poker $100,000 Guaranteed in New Jersey over the weekend for $20,967: http://www.pocketfives.com/articles/new-jersey-weekend-tournament-review-october-20-2014-590110/ Posted 9 hours, 50 minutes ago