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  1. Oh I think I found the right thread for me!king_tanner I just wanna say taht I have no idea who is in your sig but it is super super hot
  2. I'm doing well I hope you are too THAT'S WHY IT'S A SOULREAD DAMMIT!
  3. I'm drunk and have no one to complain to about how my soulreads go bad. So I post it here!!http://www.pokerhand.org/?3614771
  4. http://forumserver.twoplustwo.com/showpost...mp;postcount=34omg
  5. well I do think it's a trivial fold :icon_biggrin:I mean even if you want to add in every ATo and AJo and still keep TT out of his range which I think is a huge stretch and being very optimistic it's still a foldText results appended to pokerstove.txt 27,720 games 0.005 secs 5,544,000 games/secBoard: Ah Jh TcDead: equity win tie pots won pots tied Hand 0: 38.966% 34.79% 04.18% 9643 1158.50 { AdJd }Hand 1: 61.034% 56.85% 04.18% 15760 1158.50 { KQs, KhTh, QhTh, Qh9h, Th9h, 9h8h, AJo-ATo, KQo }I really think it's very unlikely t
  6. I would assume he's leading out or c/c'ing...we can possibly add AJ to his range some % of the time though. I don't think a solid reg is gonna go crazy with 2 pair on this board over 200bb deep
  7. I'd fold it Zimmer. Text results appended to pokerstove.txt 22,770 games 0.005 secs 4,554,000 games/secBoard: Ah Jh TcDead: equity win tie pots won pots tied Hand 0: 29.203% 28.75% 00.45% 6546 103.50 { AdJd }Hand 1: 70.797% 70.34% 00.45% 16017 103.50 { KQs, KhTh, Kh9h, QhTh, Qh9h, Th9h, Th8h, 8h7h, KQo }If he can have TT some of the time it's even worseedit: oops and 8h7h is supposed to be 8h9h which makes it worse too
  8. 2 calldowns from today:http://www.pokerhand.org/?2582873So, this hand is a good exercise in board reading and also on bet-sizing tells once we get to the river. Flop is QQ7 2-tone, a board that misses most of my opponents’ range and a board that is generally great to c-bet because you are likely to take the pot down right there, and even if you don’t you can still put a ton of pressure on likely weak made hands on the turn and river. However, there are two factors that lead me to check back. 1) my hand has good showdown value, and 2) the blinds are both good, aggressive players who will n
  9. Hoosier,what is Liddell doing in your sig?
  10. rdog, yeah I squeeze more often than not, the main reasons I just called that time are because I wasn't too familiar with how tight of a raising range notsogood has UTG and I would have no idea what to think if he just flatted my rr
  11. Some hands from today that I think illustrate some interesting points.POKERSTARS GAME #16938346695: HOLD'EM NO LIMIT ($10/$20) - 2008/04/23 - 13:20:46 (ET)Table 'Equinox' 6-max Seat #6 is the buttonSeat 1: TheCleaner11 ($3109 in chips) Seat 2: Jeetorious ($2555 in chips) Seat 3: ImNotSoGood ($2072 in chips) Seat 4: Flupkees ($3084 in chips) Seat 5: TheKaas ($1970 in chips) Seat 6: punketty ($2000 in chips) TheCleaner11: posts small blind $10Jeetorious: posts big blind $20*** HOLE CARDS ***Dealt to Jeetorious [Qd Ad]ImNotSoGood: raises $40 to $60Flupkees: folds TheKaas: folds punketty: calls $
  12. I was in Stinger vids? There aren't too many fish fish, definitely some but where a lot of the money comes from is that weaker regs cycle in and out of the games, either taking shots from lower stakes or just guys like hotmark who are rich and decide to play a lot for a couple of weeks, guys who have been on heaters, etc. There are also guys who are good winning regs but if you can figure out their games you can take a lot of money from themI'm probably going to be playing about half 5/10 for the next couple of months because I'm not yet convinced that my hourly at 10/20 is higheredit: than
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