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Old 09-26-2012, 08:37 PM   #251
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Re: cushlash in Vegas; TLDR

older one name is karen - she and her boyfriend Howard reg it up during days...neither is particularly good

I have played with the younger one a few x. Rob Farha gave her a 1k gift. Honestly calling eithers 3 bet w/ a6o is a losing proposition imho. Neither is particularly 3 bet happy from the blind (or any position for that matter)...and when the A drops - how fired up are you?? I'd rather have A5ss...and you have to be able to let it go to any serious heat - but I release A5ss to her 3 bet as well...I think a 4 bet fold is better here - as a bluff obv
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Lol... Ugh.

That girl plays very well IMO. Played a good amount with her when I was there...

+1 to 4betting. A6 isn't a hand I would ever really flat with because your going to be folding the best hand a lot. I don't really see her playing a bigger ace that way either, think she lied and hero'd you with something worse.

...And since I know they aren't on 2p2- I was oddly attracted to that older lady. Lol @ witch.
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I might have to come see the action over at the V. I met Squid Face a couple/few weeks ago. And I've been watching this thread, which gives me an idea of the action..

Maybe some cougar will be at my table
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They are both f**kable I guess I didn't like playing with either of them though. It seems like there is a lot of "pros" at the V even though might not be great players, and you buyin for $500 right ever play the bellagio $500 max game?
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They are both f**kable I guess I didn't like playing with either of them though. It seems like there is a lot of "pros" at the V even though might not be great players, and you buyin for $500 right ever play the bellagio $500 max game?
Yeah, my sample is small but the V $2/5 seemed reg-fested to me.

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Yeah, my sample is small but the V $2/5 seemed reg-fested to me.
This is exactly why I don't play there......
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Old 09-27-2012, 04:32 AM   #257
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With the A6 hand, I considered 4 bet bluffing but honestly I was pretty happy to play it with position. Being so deep, I'm gonna make it a nightmare for her out of position on a lot of boards and her range is pretty wide.

And squid this might be wrong, but when the A hit I wouldn't say I was fired up, but I definitely thought I had the best hand a huge majority of the time.

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Yea I buy 5. I played the Bellagio game for about a month and I really don't like it there. The floors are horrible and make you feel like they are doing you a favor letting you play. Still got ID'd almost every day for a month by the same floors, pretty annoying. The game plays a bit smaller so even though it might be a bit softer, the hourly is probably similar to the 1000 cap games around town.

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I thought it was too when I was playing 2/5 in August, but other than the last few days, I've found the games to be pretty good. Yea there are lots of regs, but not all are good, and even fewer are hard to play against.

I'm down for a hand review sesh, every time I check you're off or in do not disturb mode. Got some good NL spots to go over, and from reading your thread it looks like I'm gonna have to teach you a few things about online 6max PLO

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...And since I know they aren't on 2p2- I was oddly attracted to that older lady. Lol @ witch.
Man I really hope we aren't thinking of the same person because she is pretty gross imho.
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This is exactly why I don't play there......
Where do you prefer? When looking at the main 4, here are my thoughts:

Wynn: Buy in is so deep that I don't see it attracting many rec players and therefore is probably reg infested. I haven't actually played there but that is my impression.

Aria: Limited sample for nl, but everytime I have played 2/5 there its like 6 20-something regs, and screw that.

Bellagio: For reasons I've already discussed I don't like it. The game might be softer but it plays smaller because of the cap and even though I only buy 100 bbs anyway, I think I can make more in the 200bb games.

Venetian: Lots of regs, but not many good ones. There are a few regular donators and they also usually get the most 2/5 games.

There is probably decent action at other random places on the weekends but I'm not sure the headache of jumping from place to place hoping the one game going at a place like Caesars or PH is soft is worth the effort. Maybe I'm just lazy.
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Where do you prefer? When looking at the main 4, here are my thoughts:

Wynn: Buy in is so deep that I don't see it attracting many rec players and therefore is probably reg infested. I haven't actually played there but that is my impression.

Aria: Limited sample for nl, but everytime I have played 2/5 there its like 6 20-something regs, and screw that.

Bellagio: For reasons I've already discussed I don't like it. The game might be softer but it plays smaller because of the cap and even though I only buy 100 bbs anyway, I think I can make more in the 200bb games.

Venetian: Lots of regs, but not many good ones. There are a few regular donators and they also usually get the most 2/5 games.

There is probably decent action at other random places on the weekends but I'm not sure the headache of jumping from place to place hoping the one game going at a place like Caesars or PH is soft is worth the effort. Maybe I'm just lazy.
Great point on the Venetian.

People falsely think the most reliable easy money is drunk tourists. Not necessarily true, because you can't always rely on them being there.

I much prefer a reg who sucks but THINKS HE IS GOOD. That way, he is always there to donate with reliable attendance day in and day out.
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Great point on the Venetian.

People falsely think the most reliable easy money is drunk tourists. Not necessarily true, because you can't always rely on them being there.

I much prefer a reg who sucks but THINKS HE IS GOOD. That way, he is always there to donate with reliable attendance day in and day out.
this is the exact reason why i love the v. There are a bunch of lol bad regs. Once you have a bead on their game u have yer own personal atm. There is also a steady stream of tourists/conventioneers that are great providers.
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Man I really hope we aren't thinking of the same person because she is pretty gross imho.
cushlash - you have widened your ranges in poker very well - now it is time to widen your ranges with teh womenz
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cushlash - you have widened your ranges in poker very well - now it is time to widen your ranges with teh womenz
uncap bottom of range imo
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uncap bottom of range imo

this exactly. Once you first bluff squeeze for the first time you can not imagine life with out it...well when you uncap the bottom of your range for women...!!!
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this is the exact reason why i love the v. There are a bunch of lol bad regs. Once you have a bead on their game u have yer own personal atm. There is also a steady stream of tourists/conventioneers that are great providers.
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Yup, you gotta be careful what you wish for. There is more than one reason not to target the stero-type drunk tourist. The varience is higher.

Sure, many times you'll win againt them, however you're also going to take more than your fair share of beats from them. Inexperiecned player, drunk palyers, and "vacation-type" of players -which can be local or tourist, all have one thing in common....they like to gamble -and don't even understand the math part of the game to realize they're gambooling, LOL. This means you're going to get beat by j4o after opening, leading out & betting your KK....and more often than I prefer it happens on larger size pots.
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Yup, you gotta be careful what you wish for. There is more than one reason not to target the stero-type drunk tourist. The varience is higher.

Sure, many times you'll win againt them, however you're also going to take more than your fair share of beats from them. Inexperiecned player, drunk palyers, and "vacation-type" of players -which can be local or tourist, all have one thing in common....they like to gamble -and don't even understand the math part of the game to realize they're gambooling, LOL. This means you're going to get beat by j4o after opening, leading out & betting your KK....and more often than I prefer it happens on larger size pots.
The more I play...the more I realized the easiest money isn't the crazy drunk guy who pushes with anything.

It's the overtly passive guy who calls too many raises pre-flop but then folds to any C-bet..... and you always know where you are at if they call/re-raise.
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Where do you prefer? When looking at the main 4, here are my thoughts:

Wynn: Buy in is so deep that I don't see it attracting many rec players and therefore is probably reg infested. I haven't actually played there but that is my impression.

Aria: Limited sample for nl, but everytime I have played 2/5 there its like 6 20-something regs, and screw that.

Bellagio: For reasons I've already discussed I don't like it. The game might be softer but it plays smaller because of the cap and even though I only buy 100 bbs anyway, I think I can make more in the 200bb games.

Venetian: Lots of regs, but not many good ones. There are a few regular donators and they also usually get the most 2/5 games.

There is probably decent action at other random places on the weekends but I'm not sure the headache of jumping from place to place hoping the one game going at a place like Caesars or PH is soft is worth the effort. Maybe I'm just lazy.
Wow...I could have posted this! My thoughts are similar, we have common ground.

My best game is prolly nl, but I also like playing low/mid stakes mix games and have been trying to get better at different games recently. Maybe its partly just a "burn out" feeling of so many hours of NL in the last year or so. However, low/mid stakes nl is my bread-n-butter money maker...

The 2/5 game at the Bel is small, the 5/10 ($1,500 cap, and pay time -not rake per pot) plays similar to a deeper 2/5 game offered at the Wynn, V or Aareeeaaa.

I used to play at the Wynn a lot. They've had some issues and I stoped playing there 6 months-or so ago. Within the last few months they have gotten new managment and some renewed energy in the room. Historically the 2/5 games at the Wynn play very large, and the casino does attrack players on vacation w/ lot of disposable income. ....same thing I'm hearing about the V. I'm not sure if the Wynn will ever be known for anything other than "local asian poker room" or not, time will tell.

I could have typed the same words about Areeeaa. A bunch of young super aggresive players, some very good, always ready to make a move on you. Sitting at a table w/ a ratio of 8:1 or 7:2 isn't any fun, and dam tough to make money at. The young aggresive, internet-type, European atmophere of Arrreaaa is another turn off for me.

I'll shoot you a PM and come meet up next week. The Bel is my home, but I'm ready to try the V again. You might enjoy a fish like me at the table...LOL
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Had some decent sessions the last couple days, both Venetian 2/5. Yesterday I played well, but got stuck early on after wiffing with AK in a 3-bet pot and getting my c-bet called. Turn and river were horrible barrel cards so it got checked down and I lost to 55. Shortly after I rebought I won a preflop all-in with QQ against AK. I had 3-bet this player twice already (JJ and AK) and he folded both times pre-flop and said after the 2nd time, "next time you do that I'm shoving". He kept his word. After that hand I got a table change and won a few small pots at the other table, and ended up booking a smallish win.

The only interesting thing that happened today was I turned a flopped top pair into a bluff on the river. I called bets on the flop and turn, and on the river my opponent went to turn his hand over, meaning he was checking back. However, I was first to act and hadn't acted yet, so the dealer stopped him before I saw his hand. The river had completed the flush draw, straight draw, and put an overcard out, so given that I knew he was going to check back the river, I decided to go all-in, which was about a pot sized bet. My hand might have been good, but I think he's going to fold 100% of the time if I shove, so even if my hand is good 80% of the time, shoving is still better. He ended up folding after asking if I would show. I said yes, he folded and I showed it and he got pretty mad, saying he folded better, and the guy next to him who saw his hand when he went to prematurely table it said he had 2 pair. If I knew he had 2 pair I probably wouldn't have shoved because people usually can't fold 2 pair, but it worked out.

After that I took down some small pots mostly on the flop and again booked a smallish win. I've won 9 sessions in a row now, but only two have been for more than 100 big blinds. All the sessions except one have been between 5 and 6 hours, so its not like I'm leaving early if I'm up, but its definitely an interesting trend. Small sample size so I'm thinking its just randomness but still kinda funky.

Tomorrow Venetian is having their grand re-opening thing to officially celebrate the renovated room. From 5-7 there is going to be no rake and they are gonna "splash the pot" with prizes. From 7-12 there will be free food and they are giving away a prize every 15 minutes by randomly picking a table and seat. Some of the prizes are small, but they are giving away a few entries to $400 and $600 deep-stack events, some decent concert tickets, a $500 Apple gift card, and a trip for 2 to Singapore. On top of wanting to take advantage of the freebies, the action should be great during this time so I'm planning on getting there about 4 and playing at least through midnight when all the special stuff ends. Should be fun.

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The 2/5 game at the Bel is small, the 5/10 ($1,500 cap, and pay time -not rake per pot) plays similar to a deeper 2/5 game offered at the Wynn, V or Aareeeaaa.
Yea I'm thinking when the BR gets where I want it and I feel ready to play 5/10 I'm gonna transition by mixing in Bellagio's game with 2/5 just because it plays smaller with the cap.

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I'll shoot you a PM and come meet up next week. The Bel is my home, but I'm ready to try the V again. You might enjoy a fish like me at the table...LOL
haha, sounds good man
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Went to the V today, and the grand opening thing was pretty sweet. The room was absolutely packed, so I was happy I got there early and got a seat around 4 because between like 8 and 9 o'clock all tables were full and the list for 1/2 and 2/5 were absurd. At one point there were 138 people on the 1/2 list and 58 on the 2/5 list. I didn't win any of the prizes but I did pretty much eat dinner on the free food. It was just people walking around with h'orderve type stuff so I pretty much munched on that as they came around until I was full.

My session, however, was pretty frustrating. Most of the time I was card dead and it seemed like I could not win a pot. My cbet success rate was like 10%, I'd either get raised and fold or I'd get called and then fold to a turn bet. The couple times I connected I would just take it down on the flop. I basically just tricked away most of what I lost doing this, until later in the night I picked up AK, flop came AK8, got it all in against a half-stacker who showed up with KK. On my last orbit I picked up TT, QQ, and AA. With the TT I just check-folded a KJ5 board after getting two calls preflop. With QQ I bet flop and turn, was raised on the turn and had to fold on a 4573 board. With AA I raised UTG and everyone folded and I won the blinds. I was planning on leaving anyway after that hand, but picking up aces and having it just fold around was a pretty fitting way to end this session. I guess the win streak had to come to an end at some point, and other than a few questionable turn barrels, I am happy with my play, just ran really bad.

I was feeling a bit tired, and near the end ended up ordering a soda just to give me a kick, but right in the middle of my session another reg that was at a different table talked to me as I was walking to the bathroom and said he saw me at the table and I looked like I was angry or something. At the time I was down a bit but I felt fine and wasn't angry or anything but I guess I must have been in a bad mood of some sort because he said I looked pissed. Not sure what to make of this, maybe all the commotion with the giveaways and all the crap going had me somewhat scatterbrained.

Gonna watch some football tomorrow and probably play a night session after the Wisconsin game is over. Sunday my Aunt is coming to visit for a couple days so I'll probably be taking Sunday and Monday off.
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You probably could have won the 55 hand if you keep barrelling. No way he can call down no matter the board unless he has a set.
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Hey all, been a while since my last update. Didn't play Saturday as by the time the game was over I didn't feel like heading out anymore. Then my Aunt was here Sunday and Monday so I took off 3 full days in a row, first time I've done that since I got to Vegas I think.

Back at it yesterday with some 2/5 at the V. I think it went pretty well, I was playing well and felt pretty confident as I had a few good reads on some players at a very active table. Doubled up with AA on a Q high board against this dude who thinks he's really good at poker and thinks he's so cool because of it but is pretty terrible. Then I lost a bit when I bet/3 bet a QT8 flop with 88. My opponent called the re-raise and the turn was the 2. She pretty much insta shoved and I folded, not getting the right price to draw to my full house against her probable flush. I thought she could be spazzing out with some random hands, but not often enough to call what was nearly a pot-sized shove. Last major hand of the night I make nut flush against second nut flush and scooped a nice pot.

Today didn't go nearly as well. I was stuck right of the bat after a few small pots and after topping my stack off I lost KK vs AA all in preflop. Someone raised, got a caller, my opponent 3 bet, I 4 bet, she shoved and I called. I thought about folding but I thought she would have QQ at least some of the time, enough to make it a call. Might be wrong but I'm not gonna worry too much about it, even if it's a mistake it can't be a big one and I'm probably just being results oriented.

After that hand I re-bought and lost some of that before winning a couple decent pots and getting some back. Still ended my session losing basically what I lost in the AA vs KK hand, which was a bit less than my win yesterday.

Looking forward to getting some good hours in the next few weeks, as I'll be taking the last week of October off for a visit back home. September was a good month for me, not only was it the biggest month results wise, but I think I improved my focus and my game a lot. I'll be looking to build upon that this month and in the future.
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In the trip 8s hand, how much did you re-raise?
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In the trip 8s hand, how much did you re-raise?
Pre flop I made it 20 and she was the only caller. Flop went check, I bet 35, she makes it 110, I make it 335, she calls. 565 behind.
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Pre flop I made it 20 and she was the only caller. Flop went check, I bet 35, she makes it 110, I make it 335, she calls. 565 behind.
Yeah... Straight on the board, flush on the board.. Bottom set on the flop.... Hat can you do. Throw up in your mouth and muck in disgust. =[

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