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Annie Duke's Pokerroad Interview
You are a spokeswoman on this issue because you keep speaking about it in forums and radio interviews. It is clear that your key point is that the fraud was perpetrated by people associated with "old management" and not "new management", and that we should trust that the cheating is not continuing and that "new management" is paying back everyone who cheated in full. Since we don't know the ownership and management structure, we don't really know what the difference between old management and new management means. Since all the known evidence indicates ...
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FeloniousPunk
Jul 10th, 2008
this is possibly the greatest thing I've ever seen
Hire that guy to make videos for RPT!
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FeloniousPunk
Nov 6th, 2006
overreact to annette_15's play! i'm with beanie.
It's a bad beat post disguised as a "look at me, I'm not complaining about my bad beat" post.
Posted in: Bad Beats
FeloniousPunk
Nov 19th, 2006
f it I am done
If you need me to play for you let me know. I've been winning 75% of my races recently.
Posted in: Bad Beats
FeloniousPunk
Oct 11th, 2006
mid level NL cash on stars
If it were up to me, all other things being equal, I'd love to be able to have a short stack whenever I'm in early position and a big stack whenever I'm in late position.
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FeloniousPunk
Nov 16th, 2006
Sklansky closed minded challenge
The question demonstrates that the typical Fundamentalist concept of All Powerful is illogical.
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FeloniousPunk
Dec 17th, 2006
sng decision ....call reshove?
From a chip ev pov I think it is a call. From a $ev pov I think it is a fold. I had an earlier response (on the 2nd page) that gave a couple of ranges: Against 44+,A7x+,A9o+,KJs+ you are 53% and should call. Against 66+,ATs,+AJo+ you are 47% and should fold. At this point it is all about being able to figure accurate hand ranges. In the long run, these decisions have a big impact on one's profitability in sngs as sngs are a low margin, high volume business.
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FeloniousPunk
Oct 31st, 2006
online Limit HE poker school
2nd the stox recommendation.
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FeloniousPunk
Nov 29th, 2006
mid level NL cash on stars
Is the huh''' directed at my comment' Someone asked why gambler had less than a full stack in hand #2. Assuming he lost some chips on the previous 1 or 2 hands, I think it makes sense to wait until he is about to get the button before refilling his stack to max size.
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FeloniousPunk
Nov 16th, 2006
Proof GANK IS BACK
Basic is lame: while (true) { cout << "Gank owns!" }
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FeloniousPunk
Dec 24th, 2006
Proof GANK IS BACK
you are lol'ing @ me, then, since I was the one doing all the math analysis. I enjoyed doing the analysis, I learned a couple of things from it, and I am writing a software tool based on it. So I'm willing to suffer being laughed at. Happy Holidays -Gank owns x = (PW*Abs(VS-YS) - P + YS – PW*YS + P*PW) / ( PW*Abs(VS-YS) + YS – PW*YS + P*PW)
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FeloniousPunk
Dec 24th, 2006
Yippee! I popped my Stars chat cherry!
>panty waste and salad tosser.....classic!..this thread should be lamented. fixed your post
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FeloniousPunk
Nov 25th, 2006
mid level NL cash on stars
Well, it makes sense to wait until you are goin to be on the button to refill your stack. Why refill when you are in the blinds and have a positional disadvantage'
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FeloniousPunk
Nov 16th, 2006
sng decision ....call reshove?
I'm not sure why you think there isn't a distinction between chip ev and $ev at this point. There is clearly a distinction because they produce different break-even win requirements in this case. For chip equity it is 40% (your calculation). For $equity it is 52% (my calculation). The fact that there is a gap this large between the two seems significant to me. I'd like to understand why you think chip equity predominates here and at what point you think one shifts to basing decsisions on $ equity. Pretty please with a cherry on top.
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FeloniousPunk
Oct 31st, 2006
PPA Not Legit?
kksuited, I have to suspect the motives behind your posts. When I hear a person giving excuses for obscuring facts and defending suspect organizations by using misdirection and ad hominems, I think they are naive (at best), or a tool of the suspect organization. EDIT: just realized you are associated with a poker magazine. I will assume you are not naive.
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FeloniousPunk
Dec 28th, 2006
Statement from Michael Bolcerek of the PPA
Bandwagon fallacy ()
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FeloniousPunk
Jan 24th, 2007
Absolute pokers response to the super account
Has anybody ever told you that you're the kind of guy who monopolizes a conversation'
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FeloniousPunk
Sep 20th, 2007
Just heard that Jamie gold was fired from Bodog
We are 99.98% in agreement on this issue.
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FeloniousPunk
Jan 24th, 2007
When to stand up in cash games?
LOL. Same thing I was thinking.
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FeloniousPunk
Dec 10th, 2006
Tmay on ZeeJustin
Ah, the old classic move of taking only part of what someone said so that you can make it look like they said something they didn't really say. I don't know if you are doing it on purpose or you are just clueless. Reread ZJ's posts if you want to really know what he said.
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FeloniousPunk
Nov 2nd, 2006
Kansas City Star Article on Gaming Legislation
BS. people who are asking the US government to regulate it and tax it are really trying to appeal to greed. They are begging and demonstrating very poor negotiation skills. There are good reasons to keep online poker legal. -If US corporations were allowed to compete in this industry, they could potentially offer better services and increase GNP. This increases the welfare of Americans as a whole. Increasing GNP increases tax revenue by itself--no need to ask for additional taxes. -Online poker allows everyday people to play conveniently and for much smaller sums of money than would be ...
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FeloniousPunk
Oct 11th, 2006
Sklansky closed minded challenge
Yes, but if God is all powerful, can he create a rock so big that he can't lift it'
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FeloniousPunk
Dec 16th, 2006
Whats up with people and thinking this is a skill game.
+1. If you get to the final table of the WSOP main event and have your AA cracked by AK, it is highly unlikely you will ever have enough "good luck" during the rest of your life to make that even out.
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FeloniousPunk
Sep 21st, 2007
weeeeeeeeeeee 4 of 9 sitting out at my stars million table
Luckie Louie was one of my favorite shows. They suck for cancelling it.
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FeloniousPunk
Dec 24th, 2006
Cardrunners or Pokerxfactor?
Cabo, the other side of the coin is that when a person is commenting on his play in real time, it affects his ability fully concentrate on his play. This could result in him making different plays than he would have made had he not been trying to explain all of his actions and what is going on at the table. Also, because the game is moving along, it is very difficult if not impossible to speak about a particular subject in depth. At PXF, the instructors frequently pause the play and speak several minutes about a particular concept and how it applies. They couldn't do this in real ...
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FeloniousPunk
Dec 10th, 2006
Proof GANK IS BACK
After doing the math, I find the push isn't as bad as I initially thought since villan only has to fold about 33% of the time to make the push profitable. I don't think he does, but there are people who make those kinds of mistakes and Gank's read was that this player was such a person. He put his chips in based on that read and that's that. In the end, I'm happy about this thread because I ended up with 2 general formulas that I can put into a computer program: 1. If folded to me in late position and one of the blinds pushes against my steal attempt, does my hand hold up often enough ...
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FeloniousPunk
Dec 24th, 2006
Statement from Michael Bolcerek of the PPA
ad hominem fallacy ().
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FeloniousPunk
Jan 24th, 2007
Sheets, bad reshove by me, on your button raise?
I'm not sure that is true, Jeff. I seem to recall a lecture from sheets at ProPokerSchool where he analyzed a similar situation (I think it was similar) and concluded that in this situation you could even minraise with 77 with the expectation you will get a push from a range of hands that you beat often enough to make this +$ev. I'll have to go back and look for that and see if I can reproduce the analysis.
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FeloniousPunk
Oct 31st, 2006
Pokerhound and PokerStars: the facts
It is not an "on the fence" issue. If sites say it is fine to use, it is fine to use.
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FeloniousPunk
Jan 2nd, 2007
Time to cut losses on being a pro?
When someone says school bores him, I think that they are saying learning bores them. If learning new things bores a person, they are really intellectually dead and just going through the motions of life. Sounds like you really need to rejuvenate yourself, get some perspective, and develop some other interests.
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FeloniousPunk
Sep 12th, 2007