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About Kouman

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  1. Thanks for replying. The kind of display I've been seeing has everything as BB Pot size, Stack and Bet buttons. Ill check out Jivaro thanks I've resubscribed to HM and found the option to enlarge up the font. Still playing around with adding M to it as a back up stat
  2. Jonathan Little is doing some really great content atm. His training site is only about $10 a month and has monthly webinars and hand quizzes. You even get homework assignments! Loads of free content like weekly hands on his blog and youtube channel.
  3. Have been away from online scene for a few years and just trying catch up. While watching a few twitch streams, I have seen stacks sizes displayed as BB's. So can anyone say what software offers this and what is the option setting? Any thoughts on using this?
  4. Hey if you're still looking, have a look at Brighton on the south coast. Has a couple decent casinos, regular festivals and good cash games. Genting and Grosvenor. You can reach all the London rooms on express trains, or bus, in less than an hour. Brighton is really good town to hang out in. Seaside town with a very young and trendy vibe. Cheaper accommodation due to large student population. Highly recommended night life and bars too. You'll have a blast if you do go there. Good luck
  5. BBC clip of jump and landing http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-19943132
  6. I dont see why so small on the flop. If youre ahead pre then surely youre ahead post too? If betting about t14500 you can shove about t30k on the turn. Is reg putting you on AK and thinks you cant call? Im going busto here.
  7. I kinda thought for 25bb 3bet shove 88+,ATs+,KJs+,AJo+ looks closer. Virtually 50/50 here, fast structure or a few less bb's or if Im not finding any soft spots I call, if theres still plenty of play left I guess you can find a fold.
  8. Hi, We would like to share some pre-launch information with you about the changes planned to Full Tilt Poker’s existing loyalty program offering. Full Tilt Poker will re-open on Tuesday, November 6th. On that day, a comprehensive player rewards program will be introduced, which will replace the Iron Man Challenge, Black Card and affiliate-paid rakeback programs. The way in which players are rewarded will be greatly simplified, with eligible players receiving weekly cash payments. These payments will be based on the number of Full Tilt Points accumulated, at a rate of up to $2.50 for every 100 Full Tilt Points earned. The weekly payments will differ from affiliate-paid rakeback in that the amounts you receive will not be reduced as a result of the various marketing costs you incur (for example, if you spend points in the Full Tilt Store) or other fees. We will send you more information on the introduction of our new player rewards program, and on the transition of players from the Iron Man Challenge and Black Card programs, on Tuesday, November 6th. If you are eligible to receive the 2011 Iron Man Mid-Year Bonus, it will be credited to your account upon re-launch. We look forward to welcoming you back to Full Tilt Poker. Full Tilt Poker
  9. Antonia must have the patience of a saint listening to PH's bull
  10. Folded 40 hands on the bubble? Is that really Stasko or did someone buy his account, and a bag of makeup?
  11. I was once told I was being added to a villians 'moron list'. I wonder if Im still on it?
  12. Ambassador/Rep for Lock Poker. Still makes videos for Pokerxfactor
  13. TEAM 11 PokerStars Tournament #283010075, No Limit Hold'em Buy-In: $3.00/$0.30 USD 2244 players Total Prize Pool: $6732.00 USD Tournament started 2010/02/05 6:00:00 WET [2010/02/05 1:00:00 ET] Dear Kouman, You finished the tournament in 17th place. A USD 20.19 award has been credited to your Real Money account. You earned 173.70 tournament leader points in this tournament. For information about our tournament leader board, see our web site at http://www.pokerstars.com/poker/tournaments/leader-board/

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