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About DuQueen2Q

  • Birthday May 30



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    Poker Player
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    Talking Stick Resort
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    Being outdoors, although poker makes that quite difficult
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    any 6max

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  1. Appreciate the kind words Josh- just as an update: My stable is helping me move to Las Vegas, as they think it would be a step in the right direction for me and some of their other American players. I'll be there on February 6th- but will leave this post up regardless in case anyone is visiting and wants to connect! 🙂
  2. Hello P5'ers, My name is Brady Osterman (you all probably know me by my alias DuQueen2Q on WPN). I'm 28 years young, professional MTT player who is looking for a room/shared living situation with another poker player(of any discipline) who is as serious about the game as I am. I've come to the conclusion that living with another player temporarily will be a beneficial next step in my poker journey. I suppose this post could also serve those players who have similar needs as I do at the moment. I've been grinding for a stable for nearly 3 months now- and have seen immense improvement
  3. Thanks for the intel though, GG
  4. Yeah I know you were on my left in it XD. I've been waiting for word on their twitter but apparently that is a mistake bc they don't care about updating their customers so as not to waste their time ha
  5. 2 hours of standby and still no confirmation. SMFH
  6. I say you create a new tournament called the "Daily DDOS Special- 1 Billion gtd." and have everyone get stoked about it, then shut the site down right on the bubble, before you pay anyone out XD
  7. Been a sad week for all the US online poker grinders. This site has been a source of hope for online poker's re-emergence, but that hope fades more each day that WPN has this same issue. There is just not enough action on the rest of the US facing sites to make ends meet. Hopefully they can get this figured out. Until then live poker it is!
  8. Still down? I tried loggin in and it says " an error occurred, please try to login later". Any timeframe on this would be greatly appreciated. Thx ACR Rep
  9. Yes I would rather have KJs opening this position with 100 bb behind. I agree with you it does depend on how you play and how the table plays. I'm just more comfortable playing my hands aggressively and winning chips before showdown and with KJs you can bluff and semi bluff on good boards, and with a hand like ako I find myself just winning or losing at showdown at this stack depth. Just personal preference I suppose
  10. Well as you keep that in mind, also keep in mind that your ranges should change a bit according to table dynamics as i'm sure you know. The range I posted would just be a standard for me, but constant adjustments are key to running deep in tournaments IMO ;)
  11. Probably 66+ aqo+ ajs+ kqs would be my range there
  12. I agree then, 14 from itm and being a top 3 stack at your table already. The last thing you want to do is put yourself in a spot that threatens your leverage at the table approaching the bubble. There will be plenty of spots nearing the bubble that you can use to pressure your shorter opponents, even with only 25 bb. Fold would be my standard here in favor of preserving my position at the table.
  13. I agree with you here flopdeck. My standard would be peel and see a flop against most opponents. Without a read i still think its standard. As played flop is fine, i think its a judgement call on the turn whether you want to play for stacks or not. I don't hate this fold but i tend to use this combo as a check/calldown blocking value ranges with your k and j, and unblocking all draws. I would call and call river on a large number of cards.
  14. I think its a mistake not to open this hand, even from EP. Especially at this stage of the tournament, your primary goal should be to find a way to get in the pot with hands that you can stack your opponents with. I would open any pair here, and most suited connectors, probably all the way down to 56s(I am looser than most). The mistake i see people making is opening too many offsuit hands here(kqo,kjo,a10o etc) I would rather have KJs here than ako 100% of the time. Logic being that i can win a big pot with kjs when i make a flush or straight, ak and the like will win small pots or los

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