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Full Tilt Poker Tournament #47800666 Turbo Hundo NL Hold'em (Turbo)
Buy-In: $100.00 + $9.00236 players
Total Prize Pool: $23600.00
Start Date: May 11 3:00 AM ET
You finished the tournament in 3rd place.
There has been $2950.00 added to your account.
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CL three left you know the rest.
AJ vs. 1010 AIPF for 7/8 of total chips in play.
J high flop.
I'm out third.
can't complain is a crap shoot tourney like the turbo hundo.
Monday, May 12, 2008
Thursday, May 8, 2008
first time playing 40k on UB. 14 played left im 5th in chippies.
777 <> 999
I have 50k
CL of tourney has 1100000
Button raises 2.5x I call from BB with 77.
flop come 9d 7d 6c (DING DING DING)
ship me the big win...........come on now :)
I check.... ( rub my hands together furiously and cackle)
I am gonna make a UB Final table after bubble the last 4 OMG.
First place is 10k. SHIP me the monies...........weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
BB bets 2/3 pot.
I pause take deep breath. Smile. Stretch..............
Reraise 3x bet (want it to lok like I'm making amove at the pot as I had just made a uber weak
move at a pot on river and gotten snap called by a weak hand).
BB insta-reraises all in.............. (UG.......No way he must have JJ - AA) there is no way.
YES! oh NO
BB turnes over 99 for the flopped higher set.
Brick! another brick on the WALL!
wsop all over again.
out 14th for 240.
I totally took out my frustration on the FT of the 22k on Full tilt.
raise. No reraise. 3-bet fine 4 -bet.
I think i knocked out 6 of 9 last players. But in order to win you must take out the last player.
I put myself in position to win and totally got impatient. tried to win the hu match in one hand. Rather than successive small battles.
2.2k buh bye.
Wednesday, May 7, 2008
Whether he likes it or not, a man's character is stripped bare at the poker table; if the other players read him better than he does, he has only himself to blame. Unless he is both able and prepared to see himself as others do, flaws and all, he will be a loser in cards, as in life.