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  1. For what its worth:I like how you have played this hand so far. Just one question: Why bother messing with "the rock"? I would prefer picking on the meek, and only but heads when you have "the rock" dominated. I don't know your game, but in general when you "start going after players" your play tends to become weaker (Even though I don't think so here) and you can lose your focus.Just curious where is this game? It sounds like the game is really good.When will we see the results?
  2. Heres a thought. Do you really think that you are going to have this much time at a poker table to figure out all of this math. I agree with evryone else that it is not hard math, just time consuming. You don't see many people with a slide ruls and abacus at a poker table. So basically your quiz is useless. No credible poker publication would waste there time with something like this because it is just not practical for someone to be allowed this much time to figure out the correct exact odds at a table. Why is player 2 playing 9/2 off anyway.D
  3. I think that you have to lay it down on the turn, or make a raise to see where you are at. No need to bet a ton of chips, make it $250 if you need to raise, but I advocate laying it down. I meant what can you beat? Any 8,6, or hands like 99, 10 10, JJ, QQ, KK, or AA have you destroyed. I think there are better spots to commit your money. Just my 2 cents.D
  4. IanIf youi don't get the fact that a made hand is better than a draw then you can come to my game any time c.o.c.k.s.u.c.k.e.r
  5. For any idiot that thinks that the are "WAY AHEAD" with a straight flush draw is a complete moron and I want him/her to come and play in my game. We have a nickname for players like you "BROKE". You didn't have a pair all you had was a draw. Good luck trying to win in the future calling off your enitre stack with a draw. Nice read.
  6. First off...there isn't a 50-100 NL Holdem game at Foxwoods. Whoever wrote that is not telling the truth. I have played with him at Foxwoods, over the years, but I haven't seem him in a while. Secondly, I think a true measure of how good a poker player one is is determined by how well he/she does in live action. Think about it...all the people the you have seen in the past 2 years that have won WSOP bracelets and WPT championships. I mean how many can say that they can be consistently good and win or even cash in tourneys. Why do you think so many people play SNG's, because it's ONE tabl
  7. OK so I am relatively new in this forum. One thing I have noticed about most of the posts, MOST OF YOU GUYS ALWAYS PUT THE GUY ON THE ONLY HAND THAT CAN BEAT YOU!!!!!!! I thought this way for a long time. Someday you will, hopefully for you, think back at how you played certain hands in certain situations and realize how bad you played them at the time. In due time you will hopefully realize that you need to maximize the bets you gain in pots and minimize the bets you lose in pots. Example...I was playing 15/30 Limit at Bellagio. I had QQ in the BB and it was rasied up front, the butto
  8. If you all respect justblaze that much, then you will all be broke soon.
  9. I am glad the splashmaster gets the philosophy of the Lincoln dog players.
  10. I was not looking for a pat on the back for how I played the hand. I was responding to all of you who thought that the call here was "AUTOMATIC" This is the reason why alot of people in the poker world who try to play for a living end up broke and go back to their 9 to 5 (most of them are dealers who think they can play (Just blaze is this you????). I analyzed the situation and b/c it was a tight table (which by the way doesn't happen very often at Foxwoods) I knew I was beat and only had $100 invetested into the hand to which I might and was drawing to a 3 outer.
  11. Well those of you advocating a call or a cap on the turn would be WRONG. The thing you have to realize, is while I played loose all day, I still kenw what I could beat. And at this point in the hand I figured they had either A9 or 99, as QQ seemed unlikely. As it turns out the SB had AQ and the big blind had 99. So how was their play pre and post flop???? If I were in their situations pre flop, AQ is a definite 3 bet (as the button has been raising all day) and 99 is a definite cap pre flop, because with 99 in the BB I am thinking that the button is on a steal, and the SB is trying to iso
  12. So last week I am playing $20/40 Holdem at Foxwoods. The game is very tight. So this works out good for me, because not only am my raising alot of hands and not getting to the river while winning many pots(not that the pots are large, but my stack is constantly increasing all day), I am seen as a loose player and every now and then I have to turn over a "GAFF" hand that still wins. I have control of the table. The following hand comes up. I am the button and everyone is out to me. Normally I would not even look at my cards, but as people are folding up front I peek down and see A K , I
  13. So last week I am playing $20/40 Holdem at Foxwoods. The game is very tight. So this works out good for me, because not only am my raising alot of hands and not getting to the river while winning many pots(not that the pots are large, but my stack is constantly increasing all day), I am seen as a loose player and every now and then I have to turn over a "GAFF" hand that still wins. I have control of the table. The following hand comes up. I am the button and everyone is out to me. Normally I would not even look at my cards, but as people are folding up front I peek down and see A K , I
  14. So last week I am playing $20/40 Holdem at Foxwoods. The game is very tight. So this works out good for me, because not only am my raising alot of hands and not getting to the river while winning many pots(not that the pots are large, but my stack is constantly increasing all day), I am seen as a loose player and every now and then I have to turn over a "GAFF" hand that still wins. I have control of the table. The following hand comes up. I am the button and everyone is out to me. Normally I would not even look at my cards, but as people are folding up front I peek down and see A K , I
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