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  1. Lurker for a long time, a few posts here and there. Ran into some money recently and threw it on Stars to mess around. Played a 2.20 90man and feel as though I played well but busted before the money. Just interested in someone taking a look at the entire HH and letting me know how they feel about it. If interested please reply or PM. Thank you
  2. *********** # 1 **************PokerStars Game #13077401946: Tournament #66366069, $5.25+$0.25 Hold'em No Limit - Match Round I, Level I (15/30) - 2007/11/06 - 13:42:32 (ET)Table '66366069 1' 2-max Seat #2 is the buttonSeat 1: cbbox (1350 in chips)Seat 2: erresei (1650 in chips)erresei: posts small blind 15cbbox: posts big blind 30*** HOLE CARDS ***Dealt to cbbox [As Ad]erresei: calls 15cbbox: raises 60 to 90erresei: calls 60*** FLOP *** [Td Tc 6s]cbbox: bets 90erresei: raises 210 to 300cbbox: raises 300 to 600erresei: raises 960 to 1560 and is all-incbbox: calls 660 and is all-in*** TURN *** [
  3. Live 1/2Hero is UTG+1 with A A UTG folds, Hero raises to 8. Fold to cutoff who calls. Button calls. SB calls. BB calls.Flop comes down 5 Q 10 ($40)SB goes all in (covers everyone else in the hand). BB folds. Hero (all in call = 60$) ??
  4. I guess I might have worded it wrong?I was just curious if it was out of line to suggest that one player was forcing another player out of the hand in order to save an all-in player. I'm pretty sure the person knew Q high was not the best hand and yet they bluffed a sidepot to force out what could have been the best hand.
  5. Alright, I was playing at a tournament style home game last night when something that looked "shady" happened.Three people were involved in the hand, one short stack (semi-experienced) and two monster stacks (one semi-experienced and one rather out of the loop). The short stack was on the button and after a limp parade pushed all in, the sb folded and the bb (inexperienced monster stack) called, as did utg (more experienced larger stack) and saw a flop. the sb bet out 200 into the side pot on a flop of rags. the bb called. the turn was still another rag and this time the sb checked and the bb
  6. PokerStars Game #10208234971: Tournament #51729149, $5.00+$0.50 Hold'em No Limit - Level III (25/50) - 2007/05/31 - 23:11:53 (ET)Table '51729149 2' 9-max Seat #1 is the buttonSeat 1: WKTSWAY (2885 in chips) Seat 2: GalloFX (3300 in chips) Seat 3: gatortom64 (3505 in chips) Seat 4: chrozzo (3945 in chips) Seat 6: IBTHEPENNY (2900 in chips) Seat 7: MrPristine (5195 in chips) Seat 8: BobVersion1 (4260 in chips) Seat 9: cbbox (1010 in chips) GalloFX: posts small blind 25gatortom64: posts big blind 50*** HOLE CARDS ***Dealt to cbbox [9h As]chrozzo: raises 550 to 600IBTHEPENNY: folds GalloFX said, "
  7. If you do rent a car, you can head out to Henderson and there's plenty of shopping there too. Galleria is right by Sunset, and is actually a pretty nice place that won't break the bank when she's there. Fashion Show is ridiculously large and equally expensive but great for window shopping. If you're doing the Forum Shops stop in at the Burger Bar for lunch, although I've heard they've changed it since the last time I was there.And like sandwedge said, definitely see a comedy show. They rotate the comedians so you might get unlucky but I saw three the first time I was out there since the first
  8. jm hit the nail on the head, Ac6c. I put him on AcKx and attempting to push me out with a baby flush or the hand I had, called and lost. These are about the answers I figured I'd get after thinking about the hand for awhile. I just didn't see him calling preflop with A rag even if they were suited because of how tight he had been playing. Oh well, thanks for the replies all
  9. Got a call to play live. Good luck all (but especially Pawn)Have fun and I'll reserve next Wednesday!
  10. Jam I seem to remember HardcorePawn from somewhere, and it was either I got lucky on you once or you got lucky on me once, but since I remember it I'd be happy to send you a buyin out of my measly roll and maybe one of us can get even on the other. Just pay it back if you TID
  11. open to any FCPer or do I need more posts first?
  12. 4.40 180 man, down to ~36. Villain is big stack and playing tight, making obvious steals every orbit or every other orbit to stay dominant, and has made a move with middle pair bottom kicker on a A Q 10 board. I'm playing tight, hardly even making any steals because of stack size.PokerStars No-Limit Hold'em Tourney, Big Blind is t200 (7 handed) Hand History Converter Tool from FlopTurnRiver.com (Format: FCP)MP1 (t10585)MP2 (t8586)CO (t13222)Button (t6405)Hero (t9650)BB (t6265)UTG (t7065)Preflop: Hero is SB with A , K . 3 folds, CO calls t200, 1 fold, Hero raises to t800, 1 fold, CO calls
  13. Table was very aggressive. Results are shown because all hands were AIPF, which was fairly commonplace. Is this just bad luck or should I have gotten away from these like I thought I was getting away from the first one?PokerStars No-Limit Hold'em Tourney, Big Blind is t150 (6 handed) Hand History Converter Tool from FlopTurnRiver.com (Format: FCP)Hero (t5984)UTG (t1400)MP (t882)CO (t2761)Button (t1393)SB (t1080)Preflop: Hero is BB with 4 , 4 . UTG raises to t450, 3 folds, SB raises to t1080, 1 fold, UTG calls t630.Flop: (t2310) T , 9 , 8 (2 players)Turn: (t2310) 2 (2 players)River: (t23
  14. I get Clay Aiken the most since I'm almost always wearing my contacts. If I'm wearing my glasses I get told I look like Harry Potter at least twice.
  15. Thank you for the input, I actually do appreciate ripping into it like that, I think it makes it stick a little better. I'm gonna read that 180 man sticky now, but does it apply the same to a $4 as it would a $20?
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