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Chipless Wonder

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About Chipless Wonder

  • Community Level
    Newbie
    Newbie
  • Birthday 11/12/1964

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Personal

  • About Yourself
    My (poker) life story can be found at BadBeatsPoker.net.
  • Your favorite poker sites
    32Red Poker
  • Your profession
    Entrepreneur
  • Favorite place to play
    Las Vegas, NV
  • Your hobbies
    Drug-free powerlifting, tae kwon do, mixed martial arts, drag racing and poker
  • Favorite Tournament Game and Limit
    NLHE MTTs with deep stacks

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Rankings

  • Worldwide

    N/A

  • All-time high

    2,504 (2011)

Cashes

  • Lifetime total

    $101,555

  • Biggest Cash All Time

    $24,543

  • Number of cashes

    226

  • Average cash

    $449

Latest post

  1. I was the guy in this hand holding the Qs9s. I remember the chip stacks and bet sizing differently than the original poster though. I thought the initial raiser had fewer chips than you and I did. You were ~ 12,000, I was ~ 10,000 and the initial raiser only had about half our stacks. And post-flop, I didn't think the initial raiser open-shoved, but I could be wrong on that. I do agree that I had to call both of your all ins, and that's what made the decision so tough for me. Hitting your last out on the turn was sick. The only thing sicker was me then hitting my last out of the river.
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