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Everything posted by Pdiddydog

  1. Sometimes? I can't stand watching him, nothing about him is funny to me at all. It is the same endless talking, the same dumb laugh, and the pointless lieing. Shut up Laak you moron!
  2. These are two of the worst commentators ever!!!!
  3. I've got a few that I hate: "That's poker"; Basically anyone who says a statement like a question "But I had the Q"; Anything with ments attached to it, it is NOT funny in ANYWAY!; "But <enter well known poker player> does it"; "I can play against <enter well known poker player> anyday"; Phil Hellmuth.
  4. I'm still semi-retired, but I thought I would share this hand with you guys. Any thoughts? What kinda of range do you put both me and villain on?Background:Hero - 3-bets a wide range, has several gears and is capable of many types of plays.Villain - Raises at least twice every round. Seems to play some bizarre form of small ball, is spewy in certain spots.No Limit Hold'emEPMPVil (CO)ButtonSBHero (BB)Preflop: (1.50 BB) Hero is BB with XXEP folds, MP folds, Vil raises to 2.50x, Button folds, SB folds Hero raises to 8.00x, Vil callsFlop: (16.50 BB) 6d Js 6c (2 players)Hero bets 1.10x , Vil callsT
  5. Ya I have no idea what the question is either.
  6. .... that Pat is a God! I just thought I would finish that sentence for you. I'm glad that Simpsons guy is gone and replaced by Dwan. It makes it much more interesting.
  7. Hey, thanks bro, I`m busy this weekend so would have missed it.
  8. I don't really think this is such a big deal, but I might play a different style then the OP.
  9. This. Both the amateurs are extremely boring. Sam Simon played zero hands this session and Nick Cassavetes just sucks. It`s not good when the most exciting thing about the episode is what rating Nick Cassevettes gives ``The Matrix``
  10. In Hand #1 and Hand #2, I agree with pretty much everything that simo_8ball has already stated. In Hand #3, I would have raised pre-flop (pot sized). I think you're playing too passively pre-flop in all honesty. As played, since you have a strong re-draw I would just raise the pot and get it all in right away.
  11. It's kind of dependant on how well you play post 3rd.
  12. You don't have to play that hand on 3rd street with a small ante and the game being so loose. As played though, you should definately bet on 5th street since you caught such a GOOD bluffing card.
  13. He is more likely to call you down now since he knows that you are capable of bluffing in these types of situations. It has both its drawbacks and its rewards. But I think you will be able to get away with more if you just mucked your hand, since this play is so out of character for you.
  14. I don't like showing your hand, the play becomes less effective once you show it, and especially if this isn't a line you normally take.
  15. I completely disagree. Antonius turns others into calling stations, not the other way around. He must have had a sick read on Laak to make that call, whether it was the speed of the bet, the way Laak put the chips into the pot, or the way Laak was shuffling his chips I don't know. You have the action wrong in the second one, Antonius had trip Aces with a 10 kicker, not top pair with a 10 kicker. Ivey isn't the easiest to make big lay downs against, plus there were several reasons why Antonius thought it was possible Ivey was bluffing in this situation. If I had to pick two people better at NLH
  16. Here are some of my thoughts on the season so far and the players:- Best season ever so far! The play is on a completely different level. It is much better without the mindless gambling of Sam Farha, and the terrible play combined with annoying table chatter of Jamie Gold!- Durrr is very impressive, definitely the best player at this table, and one of if not the best NLHE player right now.- Daniel seems off, he is definitely no fish though, and everyone has bad days.- Eli has proven that he is terrible at NLHE yet again.- Peter definitely has a tournament mindset. He loses value many times in
  17. Hey guys, I got hired at a job, just trying a few things out and livin life. I might go back to poker, but right now, I'm happy playing in moderate amounts.I haven't checked this thread or FCP in a while so I think I will take a look: I'm basically going to echo what everyone else is saying; betting 6th is a bad idea. I think you should have bet on 5th though, because he could have very well started off with something like 954 which you are ahead of at this point. If this is a joke and you're just needling him this is fine, but if you are some noob who signs up just to start a e-fight you
  18. Took a small loss today, one of the few I have taken since I started this challenge. I'm officially ending my challenge, I think it's safe to say I can easily beat the low limits and most likely any limit on stars with the goofy players I have seen :lol:I knew this was coming ever since this year started but I'm going to quit poker for a while. I just don't enjoy the game right now and as a result I'm not playing my best. I find myself not following my instincts and tilting much easier. I think I'm going to explore other options and jobs, not for money reasons but because I want to know I can
  19. If one of the blinds calls you can take 2 rather then 3, and either make a 9 low or snow them to death on later streets.
  20. He should for sure raise the button with a 3 card draw to a wheel with a 2, especially since he has a 9 in his hand. What is supposed to do, raise and then fold for one bet? If your folding in this spot you are playing badly and even more so if the villains suck in the blinds.I have told you why you should be increasing your early street aggression but I will say it one more time: you gain more action, you balance your range, and you increase your equity on later streets.
  21. As you stated, you should have raised after the first draw. I think raising the river is standard since villain should be betting in that spot with a J or better.
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