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Old 05-23-2010, 06:34 AM   #576
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damn, those are fighting words!

Well w/no craps, I've got barely any incentive to play @ the casinos then.

Would it be possible to set up a 5k+ heads up game w/a severely reduced rake? How big do the poker games get? And please don't give me that haughty laugh that the other douchebag gave me. Playing online for me is > than playing live unless the live games are big enough, and with the casinos taking a $15 rake, i mean...that just argues less incentive to play

oh fwiw, i'm never going back to that 7luck casino again. As long as that guy is there, I'd rather pay the cab extra to take my friends and I to walker hill. No way in hell he or his casino gets a cent from me if he's going to get butthurt about someone wanting to play his precious fanclub heads up while waiting for a table
ill play u anywhere for 5k a pop and they will charge us 0 interest

go?
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Old 05-23-2010, 10:07 AM   #577
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uh oh, lurker has changed me to headsup4rollz

by 0 interest u mean rake?

i'm most likely moving to Korea in jan/feb 2011. We should def play some live heads up!

winner pays for bottle service @ eden imo
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Old 05-23-2010, 03:40 PM   #578
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loser pays for bottle service at somewhere much better than eden

GO
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Old 05-23-2010, 03:48 PM   #579
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ps i was unreal drunk when i wrote that dont remember it at all LOL
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Old 05-23-2010, 07:41 PM   #580
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loser pays for bottle service at somewhere much better than eden

GO
lollll I see you're still not holding back on teh soju over there :P

what's a better club than eden? Eden's the new one right? There were so many ridic hot ppl when I was there (just one time)
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Old 05-23-2010, 08:40 PM   #581
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lollll I see you're still not holding back on teh soju over there :P

what's a better club than eden? Eden's the new one right? There were so many ridic hot ppl when I was there (just one time)
haha eden has loooooots of room salon girls thats why they r so hot (1 time ran into some when i was leaving and they begged me not to tell the madam they were there because they lied saying they too sick to work ROFL)

nah, was a special occasion i barely drink like once every 2 weeks

never been so excited to get back to korea in my life, 6 months is a long time gone
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Old 05-23-2010, 09:26 PM   #582
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haha eden has loooooots of room salon girls thats why they r so hot (1 time ran into some when i was leaving and they begged me not to tell the madam they were there because they lied saying they too sick to work ROFL)

nah, was a special occasion i barely drink like once every 2 weeks

never been so excited to get back to korea in my life, 6 months is a long time gone
lolllll what the, how'd you know? Did you recognize them from a previous time ?

that's so sick, makes sense now haha
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Old 05-23-2010, 09:36 PM   #583
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lolllll what the, how'd you know? Did you recognize them from a previous time ?

that's so sick, makes sense now haha
ya i knew them

ya, RS girls r much harder to pick up too, most of them really don't go there wanting to meet guys

of course i promised not to tell, then instantly texted the madam (obv they dont get in trouble they just paranoid)

next time i went there i asked the madam for them, they came in and i had a big smile on my face
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Old 05-23-2010, 09:45 PM   #584
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lolllllll what? why'd u text the madam?

had no idea about RS girls being harder to pick up. Winner buys bottle service elsewhere now
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Old 05-23-2010, 09:57 PM   #585
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btw, have u been playing sc2? Are you going to make a run at going semi-pro at it to see how far you can compete?
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Old 05-23-2010, 11:07 PM   #586
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lolllllll what? why'd u text the madam?

had no idea about RS girls being harder to pick up. Winner buys bottle service elsewhere now
to piss the girls off lol

no, haven't been playing sc2, no aspirations of being a player, but definitely aspirations of being a team owner
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Old 05-23-2010, 11:09 PM   #587
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ill play u anywhere for 5k a pop and they will charge us 0 interest

go?
yea, i can gtd that. but there's a small fee of 600,000won to the winner for news broadcasting at CNN.
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Old 05-23-2010, 11:13 PM   #588
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FishD why do you try to act black IRL?
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Old 05-23-2010, 11:14 PM   #589
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ya i knew them

ya, RS girls r much harder to pick up too, most of them really don't go there wanting to meet guys

of course i promised not to tell, then instantly texted the madam (obv they dont get in trouble they just paranoid)

next time i went there i asked the madam for them, they came in and i had a big smile on my face
yo *****, u sure u aint working at McD's? seems like u have too much time in ur hands responding to these dumbass posts. seriously. u can't call me a knit nomore biatch.
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Old 05-23-2010, 11:18 PM   #590
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lol, retarded nit
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Old 05-24-2010, 04:33 AM   #591
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yea, i can gtd that. but there's a small fee of 600,000won to the winner for news broadcasting at CNN.
why would we ever pay a fee for having the game broadcasted? You or whatever service you work for would be getting free advertising on our dime. That makes no sense.

And by 600,00 fee to the winner, are you talking about him and i playing a match for just 600,00won? not worth advertising at all

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to piss the girls off lol

no, haven't been playing sc2, no aspirations of being a player, but definitely aspirations of being a team owner
that's not very nice : / no point in getting them in trouble

are you really going to be able to pull off the team owner bit? How much you estimate it costs to run a team?
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Old 05-24-2010, 06:05 AM   #592
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All of this and the fact that a friend of mine has told me many stories of his time in Seoul is really making me want to go!!
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Old 05-24-2010, 06:36 AM   #593
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why would we ever pay a fee for having the game broadcasted? You or whatever service you work for would be getting free advertising on our dime. That makes no sense.

And by 600,00 fee to the winner, are you talking about him and i playing a match for just 600,00won? not worth advertising at all



that's not very nice : / no point in getting them in trouble

are you really going to be able to pull off the team owner bit? How much you estimate it costs to run a team?
lol, he was trying to make a joke
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Old 05-24-2010, 07:20 AM   #594
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lol, he was trying to make a joke
lol, niggwailo~~
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Old 05-29-2010, 08:50 AM   #595
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So I have a random USD hundred dollar bill leftover that I don't want to exchange but want to put to use. Anyone willing to take it in exchange for $100 on pokerstars?
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Old 06-05-2010, 10:12 PM   #596
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hey rekrul or anyone else,

I plan to move back to korea and I need some ideas for locations and what kind of apartment I can rent? I'm obv looking to party and I'm willing to spend up to 2k usd per month on a 1 person apartment. I plan on living there for like 3-5 years so I'm pretty much going to set a place for a computer/desk, hopefully with a 2k budget I can get a living room for an awesome 3d tv entertainment system, kitchen for cooking, inhouse laundry machine, etc etc etc

help me out!
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hey rekrul or anyone else,

I plan to move back to korea and I need some ideas for locations and what kind of apartment I can rent? I'm obv looking to party and I'm willing to spend up to 2k usd per month on a 1 person apartment. I plan on living there for like 3-5 years so I'm pretty much going to set a place for a computer/desk, hopefully with a 2k budget I can get a living room for an awesome 3d tv entertainment system, kitchen for cooking, inhouse laundry machine, etc etc etc

help me out!
for 2k USD a month, you can pretty much live in a ballin apt in seoul, kangnam area where all the parties are at. but it all depends on how much deposit you can put in. you would need to put in at least 10k USD deposit to get a decent place. just go to a real estate agent and tell them your budget and they'll take you around.
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Old 06-06-2010, 05:35 AM   #598
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for 2k USD a month, you can pretty much live in a ballin apt in seoul, kangnam area where all the parties are at. but it all depends on how much deposit you can put in. you would need to put in at least 10k USD deposit to get a decent place. just go to a real estate agent and tell them your budget and they'll take you around.
really? tha'ts it? 10k usd deposit?

i think for 경휘궁의 아침 which is kind of a famous apartment complex the guy had to put down 1-200k deposit and still pay 3k a month (4br)

Dude, i'm pretty excited if what u say is true!
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really? tha'ts it? 10k usd deposit?

i think for 경휘궁의 아침 which is kind of a famous apartment complex the guy had to put down 1-200k deposit and still pay 3k a month (4br)

Dude, i'm pretty excited if what u say is true!
well, i dont think u need a 4br for yourself. i put 100k deposit and still pay 1.2k/month for my 3br in kangnam. but if u just want a nice clean place for yourself, you shouldnt be spending tht much money. if you put like 30k down and 2k/month, u should get a really decent 1-2br place.
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well, i dont think u need a 4br for yourself. i put 100k deposit and still pay 1.2k/month for my 3br in kangnam. but if u just want a nice clean place for yourself, you shouldnt be spending tht much money. if you put like 30k down and 2k/month, u should get a really decent 1-2br place.
yeah I plan on living just by myself.

I just need: living room, kitchen, bedroom, and a space for a computer and a desk. Office is preferable.

Point is i'm buying good furniture and a great entertainment system (probably 10k worth) for this place
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