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Saturday, May 17, 2008

Muhahahahahahah, a win is a win is a win. Logged a decent score tonight, hopefully a good stint tomoz on the soft 2/4 and 3/6 tables tomorrow night should get me out of my $3.5k hole for the week. Still lost some huge pots, one trying an unneccessary bluff on the river. I mean, the guy either had a missed flush draw or a monster made hand, so a small 1/3 pot bet on the river lets me take it when he's missed and end of hand. Simple right. Not a $275 shove into a $250 pot. You eeeeedjut martin. In my defence it was at the end of a long shift and concentration had dipped.

I also had this situation come up in a HU pot 250BB deep. I wont tell you the results till later and i have put it on the HA board on blondepoker (incidentally the best poker forum out there by a mile) to try and get some feedback. Iv kind of had enough of 2+2 atm, the feedback is so shite and just appears to be $.10/.20 players talking absolute BS. Its a bit like TKMAX, you have to sift through a lot of crap to find any real gems. And tbh, i cant be arsed with investing the time. Anyhow, here's the link, was a fun hand :)


Jesus im so dumb i cant even get the freaking link to work. For some reason when i use the link button and add the url it just disappears when i publish it. Any blogger that recognises the problem let me know. For those of you just interested in the hand (i want your views) you'll have to go back to good old copy and paste baby :)


Blogger Barry Carter said...

Love the 2+2 TKMAX analogy

12:14 PM  
Blogger SimonG. said...

- Basic Link html tag:

link title (where ‘url’ is the page you want to link to and ‘link title’ is the word/s that you want the link to say.

9:00 AM  
Blogger SimonG. said...

ha - forgot that would work in the comments too! :(

- Basic Link [a href=”url”]link title[/a] (where ‘url’ is the page you want to link to and ‘link title’ is the word/s that you want the link to say.

Use <> instead of [] above.

9:03 AM  
Blogger SimonG. said...

Also just read the thread on Blonde, its already been covered. I'm in the 'jam a brick turn' category. I don't agree with the analysis that you are going to convince yourself either way that you are beat whatever the turn brings. If he has a bigger pp with a diamond, you are going skint however you play it.

9:10 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey alex - glad you're doing well mate.

good luck

5:27 PM  

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