Played a little live 2/4 last night at my local casino. It's the first time I've played live in about 4 years.
Before I sat down at the table there wasn't a person at the table younger than Lincoln and I'm pretty sure as I was taking my seat I heard one of the older individuals reminiscing about the time he saw lil' Georgie Washington chopping down that cherry tree.
I sat in the sb so had to wait 2 hands to post. 1st thing I noticed is this game really seemed beatable after rake/bbj. I know it isn't but the play was so loose passive awful I can see why people show up in small stakes and brick and mortar saying they beat this game for 2BB/hr.
Couple of hands.
Got dealt AA ep. Raised got 5 callers, went to cb and fumbled my chips got 5 folds on a 442 flop.
I saw people showing down ui overs so I guess I must have been a tell box.
Saw the nuts/2nd nuts checked back on the river at least 3 times (soft play or uber passive?)
Tilt hand of the night. Dealt AA in the sb after 7 limpers pop it up. 33K rainbow cb get 5 or 6 callers. Turn is an A and I bet again 1 caller and then someone in ep raised everyone else folds. I 3! guy in the middle folds and raiser calls. River is a 3 and I bet again and he calls All in for 2. He shows K3 and I lose. Here's the thing I don't mind losing but ffs just put your last 2 chips in on the ****ing turn!! WTF like you're folding the goddamn river if you don't hit a 3!
Semi content hand: 4 limpers and you're dealt KTdd in the CO raise or call? Button SB and BB are all coming along 95% of the time and every player at the table is 75/1/.5
I raised flop comes A88ddx and mp lady who is a little more agro than the rest donks 1 caller and it's on me? raise or call with 5 players left to act?
Lost 25BB, couldn't hit a draw, over adjusted and played too loose and made silly mistakes like over estimating my outs on some draw heavy flop vs the guy who checked back the river with the second nuts earlier.
I did have a good time and think I'll be going back to see if I can beat that game for 2BB/hr.