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  1. and once again...LOL....ur crack staff keeps the site up for couple days
  2. https://gyazo.com/721d581e6b4bc8c3b9dbeadafd7fadff
  3. How does any true poker player ever play at ANY of his casinos?? Boggles the mind imo
  4. This is misinformation because he clearly doesn't have a heart....for the lives he altered he can go f off imo.
  5. These high stakes pros make bets over dinner all the time. Wasn't a straight up bet either..sounds like Mike laid odds and then accepted the bet when Forrest said how much he was gonna bet. Pretty sure comparing losing weight with flying w/o wings is a little bit of a stretch....since one can be accomplished and the other can't.
  6. I really like calling his cbet. It's doubtful he has spades and without any real number of hands we really don't know his 3b range. Some lagtards open real wide but 3b extremely tight while others 3b their whole open range. I think calling gives some pot control and keeps villains bluff ranges in. I don't think if a spade hits it's bad...as i said doubtful he has spades. I really think the only real scare card is an Ace. Most loose 3b inexperienced players seem to love 3b'ing any ace. So I think their range is slightly weighted to Ax. I check call flop and check call turn if it's any card othe
  7. yea..than got a second in the $55 35k turbo....great night
  8. the $200 40k on bovada.....weeeee
  9. ur right..i sort of decided to forget about the turn bet when i stated that...oops....
  10. he cleverly hid in his opening statement he has 42 bigs...i missed it first time too rungoodgid.....don't know how much strength we're really repping here as this is a button raise and a bb 3b. So we'll say we're playing 240k effective stacks here by my crude math i think u have bout 90k behind after your turn bet. so you're getting 90k:360k for a call here ?? seem close?? so if we assume the villian has AT then ur a 20.45% to win this hand if u call the turn shove . So we are about dead even on call fold here...but this only assumes he does this with the nuts and never with 2 pair
  11. Early on in my grind i may not be very focussed...it's early in everything...so i may surf the web a bit to kill some of the boredom of the early stages....sometimes i am paying attn to everything going on...but it's usually looking for new music setting up my player and such
  12. i assume the cutoff made the initial raise....than no...don't think it's bad at all to shove here since he only has 20bb's...and i don't think you can flat here as you really don't have enough odds to flat ( this value fluctuates for me from 15:1 to 20:1 depending on the player) but i think you're at about 7:1 to flat and setmine. So ur only choices are really shove or fold....as if u raise i think ur priced in to a call vs the 20bb stack (without seeing this in a replayer i'm sort of winging it here with the numbers) So I think i like the shove since there is FE vs a laggy player. UL that the
  13. It sounds as if you open jammed from sb with JJ....If this is the play u made i'm not real happy with it. You really want the action bvb and by shoving ur praying he has a mid Ace or maybe KJ+ depending on ur image. By just making a raise...it's possible u can induce a much wider range of hands that u completely crush to jam u. Possibly 89s and similar such hands. Either way you got called by worse which is what we want anyway and you just got unlucky. As far as the mincashing goes. If a mincash affects ur bankroll than ur playing too high of a buyin. You should always be looking for the be
  14. Before I moved I had a heavy bag that i'd go to if I needed to let out some frustration, and I could return to the tables a little bit "fresher" than before. Now i'll go and play with dogs....jump in pool...take 15 minutes or so away....most ppl i've talked to need more than just the 15 min and if that's the case, not sure how you can do that... As far as your outside life. If you're unable to disconnect from the game ( when things go bad ur cranky, when things go great ur wonderful ) away from the game, I can't really help ya. It's a mindset...tbh you may need to speak to a therapist to he
  15. With no other info on this guy he could literally have anything here. He could have Ax probably AJ or worse maybe AQ or worse....flush draws and made str are in his range...he could have a set here as well....maybe a little less likely though. As far as your bet sizing goes. You only have 30 bigs and it appears 3rd for this table...do u always make it bout 1/3 pot as a cbet?? Assuming this is merge or something..smaller bet sizes usually get ppl to call a street. And this is a VERY wet flop. I would prefer a bigger bet here. Just to charge any of the draws....
  16. Did he move?? How is he able to play on stars?? I see he's made some cashes this year on there and fulltilt
  17. 1) I think it's a def fold on the river...i'd bet he puts u on an ace and he has the flush or set and he thinks you can't lay it down to his shove being that u stated u feel him as competent and one of the best players at the table. 3b'ing pf would be more of my line though i have flatted here in the past. Think by 3b'ing we're establishing a more focused hand range for teh villain and then that allows us to play in position more effectively. 2) because u say he's spazzy i think i'm calling that river jam. Have u seen him make river jams in the past?? Would help to know in order to know for
  18. i agree with Tyson....I don't mind flatting here if we can induce a squeeze behind. If initial raiser calls then we have a decision. As played i'm calling in this spot. and there is something to be said if the utg raiser is an aggro nut. Cause if he is...I would have np with a little 3b to induce his shove.
  19. first it sounds like we have no reads on the villain....so I usually paint with a broad brush regarding players that i have no idea about until i get more info. As a general rule, the smaller the buyin/stakes the looser players are with their opening and calling ranges. And it seems at the micro levels...alot of players will check jam a big flush draw. They don't seem to want to shove as much with oesd's though. When he calls I think he has a piece of this....2,3, or weak 8. Big 8's will usually either let u know now...or if a brick hits turn. or he could have trash with a mid diamond. when he
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