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Slummer1

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About Slummer1

  • Community Level
    Newbie
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  • Real name
    Dominick sannino
  • Your gender
    Male

Personal

  • About Yourself
    Dad, friend, poker player
  • Your profession
    Restauranteur
  • Favorite place to play
    Live
  • Your hobbies
    Duh
  • Favorite Cash Game and Limit
    5,10 no limit
  • Favorite Tournament Game and Limit
    Main events

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Rankings

  • Worldwide

    15,754

  • All-time high

    5,198 (2019)

  • Sliding PLB

    22

Cashes

  • Lifetime total

    $42,660

  • Biggest Cash All Time

    $8,480

  • Number of cashes

    32

  • Average cash

    $1,333

Latest post

  1. I’m going to ask you this. Have you ever laid down AA on a very dry flop or at the turn when there are no straights or flushes there? It’s really really hard. Right? The only way you can is if it’s situational. IE the bubble to the $, the bubble to a final table, the push by the chip leader and you have a bigger stack than everyone else etc.... I think it depends on the situation, your stack size and the meaning of the tournament or cash game you are in. Laying down AA on a dry board is tough but we’ve all been beaten by sets and 2 pairs before. The only way I can do it is if I haven’t committed my stack (different mistake) and I’m still relevant if I fold and then you have to let it go and move on.
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