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mln_falcon

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  1. and like that my first sunday million is essentially overPokerStars No-Limit Hold'em, $200+$15 Tournament, 50/100 Blinds (7 handed) - Poker-Stars Converter Tool from FlopTurnRiver.comsaw flop | saw showdownMP1 (t10025)MP2 (t9000)CO (t9350)Button (t9950)SB (t9625)Hero (BB) (t9575)UTG (t12475)Hero's M: 63.83Preflop: Hero is BB with 5, 83 folds, CO calls t100, 2 folds, Hero checksFlop: (t250) 8, 5, 2(2 players)Hero checks, CO bets t300, Hero raises to t1000, CO raises to t9250 (All-In), Hero calls t8250Turn: (t18750) K(2 players, 1 all-in)River: (t18750) 10(2 players, 1 all-in)Total pot: t18750Re
  2. It's a very nice looking dog. You're doing a good thing.Do you think there will be much trouble rehabilitating her? And do you think it will be easy to adopt out or are you anticipating her being around for a while?
  3. Either I'm taking 2 weeks to get over jetlag or I have insomnia. I've called an emergency drinking session via facebook to get blackout drunk tonight to hopefully fix it. But it's Monday so probably no one will show. Hopefully I can convince one of my housemates and my brother to go at least.
  4. That settles it. How quick is it processed, I don't want to buy it now in case I fall asleep in the next two hours but I also don't want to buy a ticket and not use it today, should I register 1/2 an hour before, 15 minutes, 5?
  5. It's 4 am in the morning and I think I'm suffering chronic insomnia which is why I had a headache all day today. How bad of an idea is it to use my FPPs to buy into a Sunday Major?
  6. had about $180 on the table then met this guy Aren't all the stacks relevant? If someone makes a weird sized bet it might be because of someone with a short or really large stack behind them that affects their range.
  7. It's Saturday night and I stayed home all night except for about 45mins where I went and picked up my housemates from the airport.
  8. You know whats the best way to doomswitch yourself? Posts like that.Edit: And he leaves.
  9. You know whats the best way to get over being godmoded for 3 buyins by two fish? running up $600 on a 50 nl table in less than an hour.
  10. Conundrum, someone I'm playing just typed this, do I report it?: well gg im going to play a little higher 6 max on my other account
  11. Hey, have you explained this anywhere?Also gg Jesse
  12. I had something similar happen here the other day. I come out of my room and into the kitchen and notice two of my housemates, the couple, talking to some guy at the door, from a power company. I pull the girl away for a minute as she doesn't look happy. I ask her what's going on and stuff and she says she thinks this is a bad idea. That's all I need to hear and walk back to the door.When I get there my housemate has his license out and is about to sign a form. This is roughly how the conversation goes.Me: You can't sign that, the power isn't in your name (true, we all pay but the power is onl
  13. I called with the intention of check shoving any flop. He might of realised this which is why he checked behind. 5 betting is a mistake vs this villian, this deep
  14. I think I just tilted this guy into quitting. He was playing 4 tables and insta quit me after this hand and then quit all his other tables. I could've called down but non-sd winnings are sexy.PokerStars No-Limit Hold'em, $0.50 BB (2 handed) - Poker-Stars Converter Tool from FlopTurnRiver.comHero (SB) ($89.95)Button ($105.30)Preflop: Hero is SB with , Button raises to $1.50, Hero raises to $5, Button raises to $17, Hero calls $12Flop: ($34) , , (2 players)Hero checks, Button checksTurn: ($34) (2 players)Hero checks, Button bets $20.50, Hero raises to $72.95 (All-In), 1 foldTotal pot: $75 | Rake
  15. Bump, if it's too read dependant then whatever. Now obviously I can fold anytime in this hand and not be wrong but as played I think I'm better of raising or calling turn, what do people think is better?
  16. Kind of related, does anyone think that B Sully might google himself? Maybe we should be careful with names?
  17. Ok history, sat with this guy who started with 70. Is really tight, but predictable. I haven't caught him bluffing at showdown. In fact we've probably gone to showdown less than 20 times over 200 hands. The line in this hand though is very 2p2 6max. I think he folds to shove about 70% of the time in this hand, but I don't know if thats enough fold equity. However this is just the history hand.PokerStars No-Limit Hold'em, $0.50 BB (2 handed) - Poker-Stars Converter Tool from FlopTurnRiver.comsaw flop | saw showdownHero (Button) ($102.35)SB ($70.80)Preflop: Hero is Button with , Hero raises to $
  18. Garr, I hated river, because I was like I should checkfold but the turn plan was to chkcall but given betsizing vs this opponent river is so easy to fold. Garr. PokerStars No-Limit Hold'em, $0.50 BB (2 handed) - Poker-Stars Converter Tool from FlopTurnRiver.comsaw flop | saw showdownButton ($115.40)Hero (SB) ($103.80)Preflop: Hero is SB with Q, 10Button raises to $1.50, Hero raises to $5, Button calls $3.50Flop: ($10) 8, 10, 9(2 players)Hero bets $6.50, Button calls $6.50Turn: ($23) K(2 players)Hero checks, Button bets $18, Hero calls $18River: ($59) 5(2 players)Hero checks, Button bets $50, H
  19. I thought the grunting was him pulling up a sweet wooden bar with taps and spirits, and glasses and such. One of the taps served muscle milk.
  20. It was such a good match. Kinda a sucky way to end though.
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