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01-24-2023 , 06:26 AM
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Originally Posted by Tanqueray


LOL - pokerfaceash getting bent out of shape because someone checked out of turn in a HU situation and then shoves.

She calls that her "home poker room" and berates people at the table for a non-issue.

An angle would be if she checks and he bets, but clearly she re-opens the action by betting.
Always got the drama queen feeling associated with her,and this is no exception. Such an overreaction.
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01-24-2023 , 09:30 AM
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Originally Posted by Playlive
You forgot to add his YT and ACR income
I'm not forgetting anything. I was merely pointing out that having $1M in cashes over a 15-year period in and of itself doesn't really say much when you're trying to demonstrate that someone is successful in life, which was the implication taken from the post to which I was responding.
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01-24-2023 , 10:41 AM
Boski may be the OG Trust Fun Baby poker vlogger.

Zero chance he is a winning live MTT player. This is probably 90% of his time. It appears that he is close to a full timer in this. Every other activity he does can be said to be a "hobby".

His Youtube can't be that big.

Boski Baby Bilzerian (a.k.a. "Triple B")
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01-24-2023 , 10:58 AM
Pman quitting another thing. That's weird. Whatever.

Mariano and Rampage are definitely riding the wave of high variance and willing to go wherever it takes them for the sake of good content. It's very hard not to like them. There are two types of poker videos: the low limit cash games where it appeals to the audience because it's relatable. The other are sky-high limit the average person will never play, but it's just entertaining to see tens of thousands in a pot. These two nail the latter.

Slow Poker -- soon?
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01-24-2023 , 11:17 AM
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Originally Posted by punkass
Pman quitting another thing. That's weird. Whatever.

Mariano and Rampage are definitely riding the wave of high variance and willing to go wherever it takes them for the sake of good content. It's very hard not to like them. There are two types of poker videos: the low limit cash games where it appeals to the audience because it's relatable. The other are sky-high limit the average person will never play, but it's just entertaining to see tens of thousands in a pot. These two nail the latter.

Slow Poker -- soon?
Slow Poker already said his next vlog is early 2024.

Coach El Diesel, by keeping his content super simple, has had a vlog out every single day since his very first vlog. In terms of effort to results he is pretty efficient.

Trooper is drowning. He can't somehow get to 8k views despite his length of time in the business.
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01-24-2023 , 11:48 AM
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Originally Posted by LuvDaVlogs
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These Hendon pages can be so deceiving, think of a guy like Ryan Fee who has played like 20 mtts lifetime, and has 3m in earnings, against a guy like allen kessler who has been on the circuit for 20 years and has 4m in earnings. Ryan is up millions of dollars and Allen is almost certainly a losing MTt player and definitely losing once you account for travel and expenses and taxes. There are guys with 10m in earnings that dont have $100 to their names and have to sell all their action on various sites or borrow from friends in order to stay in action.

Boski is up 200k on acr too i believe, i saw his sharkscope like a month or two ago i forget exactly what it was.
They are, I realized that around 10 years ago when a couple of my big cashes never showed up. I ended up finding out they were there, but under a different misspelled profile. The accuracy of those sites is dependent of the half competent poker managers imputing the information.
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01-24-2023 , 11:52 AM
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Originally Posted by Reggie Steer
Boski may be the OG Trust Fun Baby poker vlogger.

Zero chance he is a winning live MTT player. This is probably 90% of his time. It appears that he is close to a full timer in this. Every other activity he does can be said to be a "hobby".

His Youtube can't be that big.

Boski Baby Bilzerian (a.k.a. "Triple B")
Have I missed something. Has he ever mentioned or is there evidence out there that he received a sizeable trust fund? Or are people just assuming this?

However Boskie gets him income or how much he has lived off of his poker winnings vs. other income, the guy really seems to have his **** together. He's doing something right.
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01-24-2023 , 12:27 PM
what's with all the trust fund hate?

Just because you have a silver spoon doesn't make you a bad person.
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01-24-2023 , 12:56 PM
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Originally Posted by DC2LV
I'm not forgetting anything. I was merely pointing out that having $1M in cashes over a 15-year period in and of itself doesn't really say much when you're trying to demonstrate that someone is successful in life, which was the implication taken from the post to which I was responding.
Cool story
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01-24-2023 , 02:40 PM
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Originally Posted by Reggie Steer
Slow Poker already said his next vlog is early 2024.
Early 2024 is late Spring for Slow Poker.
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01-24-2023 , 04:19 PM
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Originally Posted by punkass
Pman quitting another thing. That's weird. Whatever.
Doesn't seem weird at all. Pman has a job now. Most don't think he can hold onto a job, much less continue a job and a vlog (the latter which makes him no money).

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I'm not forgetting anything. I was merely pointing out that having $1M in cashes over a 15-year period in and of itself doesn't really say much when you're trying to demonstrate that someone is successful in life, which was the implication taken from the post to which I was responding.
If anything, $1 million in earnings over a decade indicates that Boski has probably run a bit poorly.

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also think it was a nit fold, why is the nuts ever overjamming there? it feels like she's scared of monsters under the bed and made a bad fold, 1/2 villians will happily get it in with an overpair, two pair, top pair, I basically had to teach myself to not bluff any wet boards here in the USA any more frequently than dry ones because it doesn't matter if you can credibly rep the straight or flush, the guy with a naked ace isn't worried about anything other than being outkicked by his ace
This is really villain dependent. Many players just play their hands face up, and if they are experienced then this means they binked the straight in this hand. Lesser experienced players may treat 2 pair type hands as the nuts. Newbies and gamblers may play a hand like QT like this.

As for why they would shove. Because they suck at poker. Because they've seen many many many terrible rivers in their life time. Because they don't know what to do on a bad river. Because they aren't even thinking about the river, just the fact that they have the best hand and so they want to put money into the pot. Because they are happy with the pot and want to take it down while they are ahead. Because they think a shove looks like a bluff. Because they aren't thinking whatsoever. Because opponents suck at folding 2nd best hands in spots like this. Lots of possible reasons one would shove the nuts here.

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Originally Posted by BulltexasATM
The guy vs Poker Face Ash said he had Q8 after she left
Him saying that increases the chances that he had the straight by 15%
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01-24-2023 , 04:30 PM
The most confusing part of that hand was what stakes she was playing. She said she was jumping into a 1/3 game but the hand says 2/5. 1/3 rarely runs at TCH (actually I heard it hadn't run it quite some time). The stack sizes look more like a 1/3 table than a 2/5 table, but that could be explained by this being a new table ($1k starting cap at 2/5). I think I saw her put a small blind of $2 on a previous hand so I'll say 2/5 which IMO makes makes this shove much less scary.
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01-24-2023 , 05:06 PM
DC does this mean in Texas when they have top pair on a wet board they’ll still respect my raises?
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01-24-2023 , 05:33 PM
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01-24-2023 , 05:42 PM
Dallas has a wide assortment of players. There are players that have just mostly played underground games. There are casino players who have mostly played at Winstar. There are poker noobies. There are visiting pros from all over the world. There are traveling recreational players. Longtime Winstar players tend to be "nut" players. Underground players do not have fold buttons.
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01-24-2023 , 05:49 PM
I support Bike King's location choice, at least at the 1/2 level. If he's real smart, he'd get a job as a poker dealer and only have to pay 50% of the time charge. Not to mention that it's gotta be among the most lucrative places to deal in the country, although I have heard there are some visiting players that don't tip at all.
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01-24-2023 , 06:40 PM
Thank goodness the GoGamblePodcast is coming back.
https://www.youtube.com/shorts/VzJE8Lwt4hE

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01-24-2023 , 06:52 PM
I guess Trooper likes having every word and sound made in his apartment recorded and stored in the mainframe.
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01-24-2023 , 07:35 PM
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Originally Posted by Tanqueray
Lol, didnít know eldiesel was literally eldiesel here: https://forumserver.twoplustwo.com/members/198879/
Lol I remember him, some of his takes were pretty cringe. Iím going back and reading some and picturing him saying this stuff outside his car. Like in one his vlogs.
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01-24-2023 , 07:42 PM
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Originally Posted by Tanqueray


LOL - pokerfaceash getting bent out of shape because someone checked out of turn in a HU situation and then shoves.

She calls that her "home poker room" and berates people at the table for a non-issue.

An angle would be if she checks and he bets, but clearly she re-opens the action by betting.
Sheís calls him a fish but berates him, not smart. She also holds up the table and makes her speech before folding. I love playing with people like this.
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01-24-2023 , 07:44 PM
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Some more red flags for BK poker wise, content wise i didnt see that tweet but i did see a post on instagram and apparently tik tok where he has the format ive seen from alot of others where you play a hand and thats the video. The red flags come as he raises to 75 preflop over a raise to 15, seems a little big, but probably good in these games, maybe should even raise more for value from the way people talk about them, but he says in the video "surely he cant call that" and he does and he seems tilted. You shouldnt be bluffing with QQ and hoping people fold to your raises, and on the flop he plays it fine, it comes Ak4 and he check folds to a big bet, which i think is totally fine and probably the right play. He is of course results oriented as all can be, so talks about how bad he played it, how he shouldve bet the flop to get other hands to fold, like why do you want worse hands to fold, people arent aggressive, Joe six pack isnt going to fire the 77 or the 67 here vs a check, you dont want them to fold those hands. My standard thing to do would bet small probably if i were playing in a tough online game, and even then i really think checking QQ is fine too because that type of aggression to make it so you played your hand poorly doesnt really exist. Would piosolver cbet small 100%? Yeah im sure it would, but youre playing joe six pack at the texas poker lounge not piosolver. So basically just think hes results oriented as always and trying to make people fold preflop when he has QQ doesnt make any sense.
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01-24-2023 , 10:40 PM
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Some more red flags for BK poker wise, content wise i didnt see that tweet but i did see a post on instagram and apparently tik tok where he has the format ive seen from alot of others where you play a hand and thats the video. The red flags come as he raises to 75 preflop over a raise to 15, seems a little big, but probably good in these games, maybe should even raise more for value from the way people talk about them, but he says in the video "surely he cant call that" and he does and he seems tilted. You shouldnt be bluffing with QQ and hoping people fold to your raises, and on the flop he plays it fine, it comes Ak4 and he check folds to a big bet, which i think is totally fine and probably the right play. He is of course results oriented as all can be, so talks about how bad he played it, how he shouldve bet the flop to get other hands to fold, like why do you want worse hands to fold, people arent aggressive, Joe six pack isnt going to fire the 77 or the 67 here vs a check, you dont want them to fold those hands. My standard thing to do would bet small probably if i were playing in a tough online game, and even then i really think checking QQ is fine too because that type of aggression to make it so you played your hand poorly doesnt really exist. Would piosolver cbet small 100%? Yeah im sure it would, but youre playing joe six pack at the texas poker lounge not piosolver. So basically just think hes results oriented as always and trying to make people fold preflop when he has QQ doesnt make any sense.
I love when Bikeking gives his thought process on hands. Pure comedy. Rooting for more fist pump celebrations when he scoops a four figure pot.
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I listened to his first ep of his podcast, i liked it. It is kindve choppy, the audio quality isnt great, but i enjoyed it overall. He just seems overly obsessed with rounders, everything is a rounders quote
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Yesterday , 02:10 AM
Bikeking's podcast is pretty good and I intend to follow it. I hope they don't lazy up and become inconsistent in the constant updates.

Essentially, they are guys whose goal is to literally become El Diesel. I'm not kidding. They are not there yet but their goals are just to get to where they could become consistent winners as proven by a good sample size. One of the guys has some income and would be happy to just make 60k per year in total (his current income plus hoped for eventual poker income).

I'm adding this to the two podcasts that I'm following: Jungleman's and Brokos/Welch.
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Yesterday , 04:32 AM
Co-host said that Bikeking is "such a brain" and "a computer sitting at the table" right after Bikeking broke down a hand history where he had the nuts Ax on a KQJTx board and just called raises on the turn and river rather than 3betting. That's next level play right there.

"It's all simple math" - Bikeking
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