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japhy

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About japhy

  • Birthday 11/09/1981

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  • About Yourself
    @japhypoker on twitter and twitch
    I don't enjoy playing poker anymore.
  • Your favorite poker sites
    888 Poker
    PartyPoker
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  • Favorite poker hand
    the nuts
  • Your profession
    Software developer
  • Favorite place to play
    Nowhere
  • Your hobbies
    Astronomy
  • Favorite Cash Game and Limit
    None
  • Favorite Tournament Game and Limit
    None

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Rankings

  • Worldwide

    20,652

  • All-time high

    6,156 (2016)

  • United States

    1201 / 1,343

  • New Jersey

    593 / 626

  • Trenton

    10 / 12

  • Sliding PLB

    5

Cashes

  • Lifetime total

    $24,630

  • Biggest Cash All Time

    $530

  • Number of cashes

    592

  • Average cash

    $42

  • gpi_ranking

    251,586

Latest post

  1. Seems like mid-weak pockets pairs are in both of your ranges once you get to the turn. 86, 84, and 64 are not likely holdings for either of you (maybe 86 suited for you?) so the turn pairing the low card would be a good sign for an overpair, but your line on the turn does not seem like 86. I think overpairs fold on the turn, and while a precious few 5-X hands MIGHT be in your range (54s, 55), I'm not sure you would play them on the flop and turn this way. So your hand kind of screams flopped set, and I don't really know what would call you on the river except 66 (three combos) and some 4-X combos (44 - only one, 54ss - only two). Maybe you get called by 77 and suited 7-X hands, but would they have gotten to the river? Maybe for this player, since she says she had 8-X. Missed value? Perhaps. But you have less than half-pot left on the river. I suppose you could make a small stab to look like a weak no-showdown bet, but with so little behind, that would look suspicious to most players.
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