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April 4, 2010 in General Poker Forum
Apr 4 2010
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I will be playing a complete full schedule tomorrow
If I'm going to run this good, maybe someone should stake me in the Sunday Million..v1.11Milked from the teat of a feral cowPokerStars Limit Hold'em $0.50/$1.00 - 6 playersSB TagFish84: $68.30 BB Hero: $15.00 UTG cliox360: $20.65 UTG+1 Vinpearl999: $24.90 CO apokerjunkee: $28.90 Button mhw080669: $11.25 Preflop: (1.50 SB) Hero is BB with : : (6 players)cliox360 calls, Vinpearl999 calls, 2 folds, TagFish84 raises, Hero calls, cliox360 calls, Vinpearl999 callsFlop: (8.00 SB) : : : (4 players)TagFish84 bets, Hero calls, cliox360 calls, Vinpearl999 raises, TagFish84 3-bets, Hero 4-bets, cliox360 folds, Vinpearl999 calls, TagFish84 callsTurn: (10.50 BB) : (3 players)TagFish84 bets, Hero raises, Vinpearl999 3-bets, TagFish84 4-bets, Hero calls, Vinpearl999 callsRiver: (22.50 BB) : (3 players)TagFish84 bets, Hero raises, Vinpearl999 3-bets, TagFish84 4-bets, Hero calls, Vinpearl999 callsTagFish84 showed : :, and lost with a full house, Aces full of EightsHero showed : :, and won ($34) with four of a kind, EightsVinpearl999 mucked : :Hero won $34(Rake: $0.50)
Good luck to everyone and I hope to see some final tables.I have a good feeling about this Sunday...I've been on the top of my game lately so hopefullyI can bring home a nice cash.
i built some stacks and just got owned today. sunday is MINE tho
thinking of playing the SM but not sure if it would be better to play a 109 and two 55s instead.. well see might not even play at all
Dear gatortom64,You finished the tournament in 1st place. You qualified to play in Tournament #304020016 and are automatically registered for it. See Tournament #304020016 Lobby for further details.If you choose to unregister from this tournament your account will be credited with T-USD 215.00. Tournament US Dollars can be used to buy into any tournament. Visit our web site at http://www.pokerstars.com/poker/tournaments/ for more details.Will take the $T and try to win more $$$$$. Also in the 1/4. Happy Easter all!!!
in pretty much anything $55 and under + 20 cubed after i wake upgl all someone bink huge
Gonna play a few today,probably gonna play about 10-15 tournies, none above $26 tho, mgiht try to sattie into the brawl and 750k. GL all, i have a really good feeling today!
oh, and dibs on a main event seat in the $1 Main event seat qualifier
sighhhh 18th in the aussie sunday thing AQ < A8
Playing and winning lots and lots and lots
^ I sure hope soIn like 1.1k worth of stuff so looking forward to losing
Eating breakfast and the driving back to school. This seems to look like my schedule for the day: Stars$11 40k $22^3 30k $3r 60k $55 300k $11 20k $11 250k $11r 55k $215 mill$55 100k FTP$26 42k $26 33k KO $22 Double DeuceThese are just what I'm starting with and will be regging all day. gl everyone and happy easter
170 bb all ins PokerStars Game #42175167600: Tournament #304010357, $40+$4 USD Hold'em No Limit - Level III (25/50) - 2010/04/04 16:53:37 WET [2010/04/04 11:53:37 ET]Table '304010357 4' 6-max Seat #2 is the buttonSeat 1: Albeligauri (3512 in chips) Seat 2: Angeleyez28 (3158 in chips) Seat 3: callesge (2045 in chips) Seat 4: FlushMan Dan (6250 in chips) Seat 5: chipriseley (3000 in chips) Seat 6: boofunky (4118 in chips) callesge: posts small blind 25FlushMan Dan: posts big blind 50*** HOLE CARDS ***Dealt to FlushMan Dan [Qh Qs]chipriseley: raises 100 to 150boofunky: calls 150Albeligauri: calls 150Angeleyez28: folds callesge: raises 1895 to 2045 and is all-inFlushMan Dan: raises 4205 to 6250 and is all-inchipriseley: calls 2850 and is all-inboofunky: folds Albeligauri: folds Uncalled bet (3250) returned to FlushMan Dan*** FLOP *** [4s 3c 8s]*** TURN *** [4s 3c 8s] [2s]*** RIVER *** [4s 3c 8s 2s] [5s]*** SHOW DOWN ***FlushMan Dan: shows [Qh Qs] (a flush, Queen high)chipriseley: shows [7s 7d] (a flush, Eight high)FlushMan Dan collected 1910 from side potcallesge: shows [Ad Kh] (a straight, Ace to Five)FlushMan Dan collected 6435 from main pot*** SUMMARY ***Total pot 8345 Main pot 6435. Side pot 1910. | Rake 0 Board [4s 3c 8s 2s 5s]Seat 1: Albeligauri folded before FlopSeat 2: Angeleyez28 (button) folded before Flop (didn't bet)Seat 3: callesge (small blind) showed [Ad Kh] and lost with a straight, Ace to FiveSeat 4: FlushMan Dan (big blind) showed [Qh Qs] and won (8345) with a flush, Queen highSeat 5: chipriseley showed [7s 7d] and lost with a flush, Eight highSeat 6: boofunky folded before Flop
In$44 6m $8k - 2.1k no big handsRegged In$22 $20k$11 $25k turbo$26 $19.5k
great luck everyone
lksafgdksgdsgl out in 44 6mPokerStars Game #42177397872: Tournament #304010357, $40+$4 USD Hold'em No Limit - Level VI (100/200) - 2010/04/04 12:48:27 ETTable '304010357 29' 6-max Seat #4 is the buttonSeat 1: Asicsis (25715 in chips) Seat 2: gametymer (9862 in chips) Seat 4: TitanTilts (8977 in chips) Seat 5: RONY54 (15132 in chips) Seat 6: welsamvel (18022 in chips) RONY54: posts small blind 100welsamvel: posts big blind 200*** HOLE CARDS ***Dealt to gametymer [Qh Qd]Asicsis: folds gametymer: raises 300 to 500TitanTilts: folds vopat is connected RONY54: calls 400welsamvel: calls 300*** FLOP *** [Qc 6d 4c]RONY54: checks welsamvel: checks gametymer: bets 765RONY54: folds welsamvel: raises 765 to 1530gametymer: raises 2235 to 3765welsamvel: raises 2235 to 6000gametymer: raises 3362 to 9362 and is all-inwelsamvel: calls 3362*** TURN *** [Qc 6d 4c] [Tc]*** RIVER *** [Qc 6d 4c Tc] [Jc]*** SHOW DOWN ***welsamvel: shows [6c Qs] (a flush, Queen high)gametymer: shows [Qh Qd] (three of a kind, Queens)welsamvel collected 20224 from pot*** SUMMARY ***Total pot 20224 | Rake 0 Board [Qc 6d 4c Tc Jc]Seat 1: Asicsis folded before Flop (didn't bet)Seat 2: gametymer showed [Qh Qd] and lost with three of a kind, QueensSeat 4: TitanTilts (button) folded before Flop (didn't bet)Seat 5: RONY54 (small blind) folded on the FlopSeat 6: welsamvel (big blind) showed [6c Qs] and won (20224) with a flush, Queen highIN$11 25k turbo - 11.9k$22 20k- 3k$26 19.5k- 5.1kREGGED IN$22- 12.5k$5.50 20k$11 super stacked 10k
PokerStars Game #42179775801: Tournament #304010447, $100+$9 USD Hold'em No Limit - Level III (25/50) - 2010/04/04 10:42:46 PT [2010/04/04 13:42:46 ET]Table '304010447 16' 9-max Seat #1 is the buttonSeat 1: SvZff (2700 in chips) Seat 2: kobe2odom8 (3910 in chips) Seat 3: ps147 (1905 in chips) Seat 4: Pghfan987 (5915 in chips) Seat 5: Zen_Harmony (1435 in chips) Seat 6: kevs cab (3670 in chips) Seat 7: drDREV (3375 in chips) Seat 8: Egostrip (5475 in chips) Seat 9: lpoker64 (1595 in chips) kobe2odom8: posts small blind 25ps147: posts big blind 50*** HOLE CARDS ***Dealt to kobe2odom8 [6c 6h]Pghfan987: folds Zen_Harmony: folds kevs cab: folds drDREV: folds Egostrip: folds lpoker64: raises 100 to 150SvZff: folds kobe2odom8: calls 125ps147: calls 100*** FLOP *** [Th 6d 5s]kobe2odom8: checks ps147: checks lpoker64: bets 299kobe2odom8: calls 299ps147: folds *** TURN *** [Th 6d 5s] [6s]kobe2odom8: checks lpoker64: checks *** RIVER *** [Th 6d 5s 6s] [Ad]kobe2odom8: bets 444lpoker64: raises 702 to 1146 and is all-inkobe2odom8: calls 702*** SHOW DOWN ***lpoker64: shows [Ah Jh] (two pair, Aces and Sixes)kobe2odom8: shows [6c 6h] (four of a kind, Sixes)kobe2odom8 collected 3340 from pot*** SUMMARY ***Total pot 3340 | Rake 0 Board [Th 6d 5s 6s Ad]Seat 1: SvZff (button) folded before Flop (didn't bet)Seat 2: kobe2odom8 (small blind) showed [6c 6h] and won (3340) with four of a kind, SixesSeat 3: ps147 (big blind) folded on the FlopSeat 4: Pghfan987 folded before Flop (didn't bet)Seat 5: Zen_Harmony folded before Flop (didn't bet)Seat 6: kevs cab folded before Flop (didn't bet)Seat 7: drDREV folded before Flop (didn't bet)Seat 8: Egostrip folded before Flop (didn't bet)Seat 9: lpoker64 showed [Ah Jh] and lost with two pair, Aces and Sixes
IN:$22 20k- 4.5k$26 19.5k- 9.1k$22- 12.5k - 2.4k$5.50 20k - 4.5k$11 super stacked 10k- 5.8kREGGED IN:$11 Daily 40k$22^3 $35k$26 $42kOUT:$44 6m 8k$11 25k turbo
Final Table for 151686589... 6/8 and card dead... EDIT: (finished 4th for $45...Kinda feel robbed...but whatever), always seems like I lose the game turning flip at the final tables. I've been consistently final tabling the 45 mans so I guess that's good enoughDoing well in a 180 and a rebuy tournament as well
In:$5.50 $20k - 4.6k$22 $12.5k - 3.6k$11 $40k - 3k$22 Cubed - 6.9kScheduled for:$11 $250k$5.50 Turbo $20k$55 $300k$11 $20k$8.80 $12kProb more after that
Sunday (pronounced /ˈsʌndi/ or /ˈsʌndeɪ/ ( listen)) is the day of the week between Saturday and Monday. In most Christian traditions it is the Lord's Day, as opposed to the seventh-day Sabbath or Jewish Shabbat. For many Christians it is the day set apart for worship of God, due to their belief in Christ's resurrection on a Sunday, according to the Gospels.EU countries consider it the seventh or the last day of the week. In the UK Sunday is the seventh day in the civil week. In the Jewish law, Sunday is the first day of the Hebrew calendar week.Sunday is a day of rest in many countries of the world, part of 'the weekend'. In most Muslim countries, and Israel, Sunday is a working day.The Gregorian calendar repeats every 400 years, and no century starts on a Sunday. The Jewish New Year never falls on a Sunday. Only those months beginning on a Sunday will contain a Friday the 13th.Contents [hide]1 Etymology 2 Position in the week 3 Sunday and Sabbath 4 Common occurrences on Sunday 5 Named days 6 See also 7 Notes 8 References  Etymology A depiction of Máni, the personified moon, and his sister Sól, the personified sun, from Norse mythology (1895) by Lorenz Frølich.The English noun Sunday derived sometime before 1250 from sunedai, which itself developed from Old English (before 700) Sunnandæg (literally meaning "sun's day"), which is cognate to other Germanic languages, including Old Frisian sunnandei, Old Saxon sunnundag, Middle Dutch sonnendach (modern Dutch zondag), Old High German sunnun tag (modern German Sonntag), and Old Norse sunnudagr (Danish and Norwegian søndag, and Swedish söndag). The Germanic term is a Germanic interpretation of Latin dies solis ("day of the sun"), which is a translation of the Greek heméra helíou. The p-Celtic Welsh language also translates the Latin "day of the sun" as dydd Sul.In most Indic languages, the word for Sunday is Ravivar or Adityavar — var meaning day, Aditya and Ravi both being a style (manner of address) for Surya, the chief solar deity and one of the Adityas. Ravivaar is first day cited in Nakshtra Jyotish, which provides logical reason for giving the name of each week day. In the Thai solar calendar of Thailand, the name is derived from Aditya, and the associated color is red.The first Christian reference to Sunday is found in the First Apology of St. Justin Martyr (c. 150 AD). In a well-known passage of the Apology (Chapter 67), Justin describes the Christian custom of gathering for worship on Sunday. "And on the day called Sunday [τῇ τοῦ ῾Ηλίου λεγομένη ἡμέρᾳ], all who live in cities or in the country gather together to one place, and the memoirs of the apostles or the writings of the prophets are read, as long as time permits . . .", he writes. Evidently Justin used the term Sunday because he was writing to a non-Christian, pagan audience. In Justin's time, Christians usually called Sunday the Lord's Day because they observed it as a weekly memorial of Jesus Christ's resurrection. The Roman Catholic Church believes that the resurrection of Christ occurred on the day following seventh-day Sabbath, which is Sunday, and makes it a portal to timeless eternity that transcends the seven-day weekly cycle. Position in the weekThe official ISO 8601 Calendar Standard states that Monday is the first day of the week. In the Judaeo-Christian tradition Sunday has been considered as the first day of the week. In European countries calendars almost always show Monday as the first day of the week. There are also countries where both types of calendar can be found, which causes trouble for computer software that attempts to determine a user's calendrical preferences based purely on their location.A number of languages appear to reflect Sunday's status as the first day of the week. In Greek, the names of the days Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday (Δευτέρα, "Τρίτη,", "Τετάρτη," and "Πέμπτη") mean "second," "third", "fourth", and "fifth," respectively. This suggests that Sunday was once counted as "Πρώτη," that is, "first." The current Greek name for Sunday, Κυριακή, means "Lord's Day". Similarly in Vietnamese, the working days in the week are named as: "Thứ Hai" (second), "Thứ Ba" (third), "Thứ Tư" (fourth), "Thứ Năm" (fifth), "Thứ Sáu" (sixth), "Thứ Bảy" (seventh). Sunday is called "Chủ Nhật," a corrupted form of "Chúa Nhật" meaning "Lord's Day." Some colloquial text in the south of Vietnam and from the church may still use the old form to mean Sunday.A similar system of naming days of the week occurs in Portuguese. Monday is "segunda-feira," which means "second day," also showing Sunday ("domingo") to be counted as the first day. Modern Latin uses "feria secunda" for Monday.In the Maltese language, due to its Siculo-Arabic origin, Sunday is called "Il-Ħadd," a corruption of "wieħed" meaning "one." Monday is "It-Tnejn" meaning "two." Similarly Tuesday is "It-Tlieta" (three), Wednesday is "L-Erbgħa" (four) and Thursday is "Il-Ħamis" (five).Slavic languages implicitly number Monday as day number one, not two. For example, Polish has "wtorek" (2nd) for Tuesday, "czwartek" (4th) for Thursday and "piątek" (5th) for Friday. Although "Monday" in Polish is "poniedziałek", which means "a day after Sunday (Niedziela)". Hungarian péntek (Friday) is a Slavic loanword, so the correlation with "five" is not evident to Hungarian speakers. Sunday and SabbathSee also: Sabbath in ChristianityChristians from very early times have had differences of opinion on the question of whether Sabbath should be observed on a Saturday or a Sunday. The issue does not arise for Jews, for whom "Shabbat" is unquestionably on Saturday, nor for Muslims whose day of assembly (jumu'ah) is on a Friday.The first given evidence for a differentiation, between traditional Jewish "Shabbat" observance and the religious observance of the first day of the week, appears in Acts 20:7 where the disciples met and "broke bread" together. Some believe this was a participation in the ordinance of the sacrament. (In previous verses, the Days of Unleavened Bread had just ended, including Passover, so it could not have been the anniverary commemoration, but it could have been a communion service done in remembrance.) Seventh-day Sabbatarians say that the believers met on all days of the week to "break bread" together for the sake of meals and fellowship, such as in Acts 2:46, regarding the incident in Acts 20:7 as nothing outside of usual practice.Col. 2:16 suggests that early Christians had been judged by others in their traditions of eating foods and in observance of particulars of Sabbath and festivals. Also, the Jews had defined "forty minus one" works to be abstained from on "Shabbat," and Jesus and his disciples had been accused of breaking some of these customs during his ministry.The Apostle John also refers to the "Lord's Day" ("kuriake hemera") in Rev. 1:10. "Kuriake," meaning "Lord's," later became the Greek word for Sunday. Some early Christians observed Sabbath on Saturday, though resting on Saturday was prohibited by the church in 363 A.D.; over the first centuries an increasing number of Christians gathered for worship on Sunday.The Roman calendar included the day of the Sun [Latin "dies Solis"] for worship of the sun (see Sol Invictus). On 7 March 321, Constantine I, Rome's first Christian Emperor (see Constantine I and Christianity), decreed that Sunday ("dies Solis") would be observed as the Roman day of rest [CJ3.12.2]:"On the venerable day of the Sun let the magistrates and people residing in cities rest, and let all workshops be closed. In the country however persons engaged in agriculture may freely and lawfully continue their pursuits because it often happens that another day is not suitable for grain-sowing or vine planting; lest by neglecting the proper moment for such operations the bounty of heaven should be lost."  Many Christians today consider Sunday a holy day and a day of rest and church-attendance. Denominations which observe Saturday as Sabbath are called "Sabbatarians"; however, the name "Sabbatarian" has also been claimed by Christians, especially Protestants, who believe Sunday must be observed with just the sort of rigorous abstinence from work associated with "Shabbat." For most Christians the custom and obligation of Sunday rest has not been as strict. A minority of Christians do not regard the day they attend church as important, so long as they attend, as the apostles and desciples gathered on Sundays, on Saturdays, and whenever they could; some of these still regard Sabbath as being Saturday. How strict or lax the particulars of the day vary, though some cessation of normal weekday activities is customary.In Orthodox Christian families and communities, working and requiring somebody else to work are prohibited (including buying goods or services, use of public transport, driving a car, gardening, washing a car, etc.).[verification needed] Allowed exceptions include religious services, electricity, and urgent medical matters. In Roman Catholicism, those who work in the medical field, those in law enforcement, and soldiers in a war zone are dispensed from the usual obligation to avoid work on Sunday.The majority of Christians observe Sunday as the Lord's day. However, throughout history one sometimes finds Christian groups that continued or revived the observance of Saturday Sabbath. More recently in history, Christians in the Seventh-day Adventist, Seventh Day Baptist, and Church of God (Seventh-Day) denominations (along with many related or similar denominations), as well as many Messianic Jews, have revived the practice of abstaining from work and gathering for worship on Saturdays.Many languages lack separate words for "Saturday" and "Sabbath." Eastern Orthodox churches, as well as many Roman Catholics, distinguish between Sabbath (Saturday) and Sunday, which some Christians traditionally call the Lord's Day (Rev. 1:10). However, many Protestants and Roman Catholics do refer to Sunday as Sabbath, though this is by no means a universal practice among Protestants and Catholics. Quakers traditionally refer to Sunday as "First Day" eschewing the pagan origin of the English name.In Roman Catholic liturgy, Sunday begins on Saturday evening. The evening Mass on Saturday is liturgically a full Sunday Mass and fulfils the obligation of Sunday Mass attendance, and Vespers (evening prayer) on Saturday night is liturgically "first Vespers" of the Sunday. The same evening anticipation applies to other major solemnities and feasts, and is an echo of the Jewish practice of starting the new day at sunset ("Shabbat" starts on Friday night).In the Eastern Orthodox Church, Sunday begins at the Little Entrance of Vespers (or All-Night Vigil) on Saturday evening and runs until "Vouchsafe, O Lord" (after the "prokeimenon") of Vespers on Sunday night. During this time, the dismissal at all services begin with the words, "May Christ our True God, who rose from the dead ...." Anyone who wishes to receive Holy Communion at Divine Liturgy on Sunday morning is required to attend Vespers the night before (see Eucharistic discipline). Among Orthodox Christians, Sunday is considered to be a "Little Pascha" (Easter), and because of the Paschal joy, the making of prostrations is forbidden, except in certain circumstances. The Russian word for Sunday is "Voskresenie," meaning "Resurrection day." The Greek word for Sunday is "Kyriake" (the "Lord's Day").The Czech, Polish, Slovenian, Croatian, Serbian and Ukrainian words for Sunday ("neděle," "niedziela," "nedelja," "недеља" and "неділя" respectively) can be translated as "without acts (no work)." Common occurrences on SundayIn the United States, professional American football is usually played on Sunday, although Saturday (via Saturday Night Football), Monday (via Monday Night Football), and Thursday (via Thursday Night Football or Thanksgiving) see some professional games. College football usually occurs on Saturday, and high-school football tends to take place on Friday night or Saturday afternoon.In the United States and Canada, National Basketball Association and National Hockey League games, which are usually played at night during the week, are frequently played during daytime hours - often broadcast on national television. Major League Baseball usually schedules all Sunday games in the daytime except for the nationally televised Sunday Night Baseball matchup. Certain historically religious cities such as Boston and Baltimore among others will schedule games no earlier than 1:35 PM to ensure time for people who go to religious service in the morning can get to the game in time.In the UK, some club and Premier League football matches and tournaments usually take place even Rugby matches and tournaments usually take place in club grounds or parks on Sunday mornings. It is not uncommon for church attendance to shift on days when a late morning or early afternoon game is anticipated by a local community.Also in the United States, many federal government buildings are closed on Sunday. Privately owned businesses also tend to close or are open for shorter periods of the day than on other days of the week.Many American, Australian and British television networks and stations also broadcast their political interview shows on Sunday mornings.Many American and British daily newspapers publish a larger edition on Sundays, which often includes color comic strips, a magazine, and a coupon section.Most NASCAR Sprint Cup and IndyCar events are held on Sundays. Formula One World Championship races are always held on Sundays regardless of timezone/country, while MotoGP holds most races on Sundays, with Middle Eastern races being the exception on Saturday. All Formula One events and MotoGP events with Sunday races involve qualifying taking place on Saturday.In Ireland, Gaelic football and hurling matches are predominantly played on Sundays, with the first (used to be second) and fourth (used to be third) Sundays in September always playing host to the All-Ireland hurling and football championship finals, respectively.North American Radio stations often play specialty radio shows such as Casey Kasem's countdown or other nationally syndicated radio shows that may differ from their regular weekly music patterns on Sunday morning and/or Sunday evening.One of the remains of religious segregation in the Netherlands is seen in amateur football: The Saturday-clubs are by and large Protestant Christian clubs, who were not allowed to play on Sunday. The Sunday-clubs were in general Catholic and working class clubs, whose players had to work on Saturday and therefore could only play on Sunday.Professional golf tournaments traditionally end on Sunday.National and regional elections in Belgium and Peru are always on Sunday, because voting is mandatory Named daysEaster Sunday represents the resurrection of Christ for many Christians. Low Sunday, first Sunday after Easter, is also known as the Octave of Easter, White Sunday, Quasimodo Sunday, Alb Sunday, Antipascha Sunday, and Divine Mercy Sunday. Palm Sunday is the Sunday before Easter. Passion Sunday, formerly denoting the fifth Sunday of Lent; since 1970 the term applies to the following Sunday also known as Palm Sunday. Septuagesima, Sexagesima and Quinquagesima Sunday are the last three Sundays before Lent. Quinquagesima ("fiftieth"), is the fiftieth day before Easter, reckoning inclusively; but Sexagesima is not the sixtieth day and Septuagesima is not the seventieth but is the sixty-fourth day prior. The use of these terms was abandoned by the Catholic Church in the 1970 calendar reforms (the Sundays before Lent are now simply "Sundays in ordinary time" with no special status). However, their use is still continued in Lutheran tradition: for example, "Septuagesimae". Stir-up Sunday is the last Sunday before Advent. Whitsunday "White Sunday" is the day of Pentecost. Trinity Sunday is the first Sunday after Pentecost. Gaudete Sunday is the third Sunday of Advent. Laetare Sunday is the fourth Sunday of Lent. Good Shepherd Sunday is the fourth Sunday of Easter. Super Bowl Sunday Bloody Sunday Selection Sunday Shavuot is the Jewish Pentecost, or 'Festival of Weeks'. For Karaite Jews it always falls on a Sunday.
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