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Old 03-20-2019, 09:43 AM   #6776
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Re: 2k- a poker story (wtmfl;dr obv)

Some Sessions content:

1. I listen on Podcast Addict, which is a great app, apart from the fact that you can only read, not write, reviews. Lame. I am trying to find another avenue, but I'm not an iTunes guy. I'll figure something out.

2. I love the live metagame talk. I feel I am excellent at that as well. Selling a bluff physically/facially/bet-sizingly, acting like I'm not paying attention when I am, etc. You just don't here this discussed elsewhere and I questioned if I am really adding to my winrate by trying to do these things. Your comments make me believe I am.

3. More recaps of the action would be cool. Sometimes, the story gets to the turn/river and I can't recall what the hell happened in the hand up to that point.

4. It's solid as hell man. It's realllllllllly hard to keep my attention. I quit GoT after 30 minutes, and no, I don't ****ing care how good it gets. But I am always up for listening to the pod and find it very entertaining. It takes some effort too because, believe it or not, my wife and daughter don't find it as compelling, and I spend everyday with them because I work from home.

Daughter is crying, peace, keep it up, you're killing it.
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Old 03-20-2019, 03:16 PM   #6777
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Re: 2k- a poker story (wtmfl;dr obv)

Not irrelevant for the core question of tilt/handling variance:

https://wapo.st/2IGUzWi

Just say pyt.
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Old 03-20-2019, 04:32 PM   #6778
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Not irrelevant for the core question of tilt/handling variance:

https://wapo.st/2IGUzWi

Just say pyt.
Medding really helps with this imo.

I've finally reached the pinnacle I think. I got it in on the turn yesterday with AA v QQ on a clean board for 225 BBs. He hit the 2 outer. I truly didn't tilt a millimeter. I didn't care. I said nice hand and moved on and it was entirely sincere. The day prior, I got it in on the flop with AQ v K6 on a Q53r flop. Turn 4, river 2. I actually found this hilarious in the moment itself. Didn't bother me at all. And no, I did not have huge stacks that led to me booking wins anyway. I took L's.

I've always done the above, but still, a bit of stewing would take place internally. Just a bit, nothing that would grossly impact my play. But it's been lessening and I may have finally eliminated it totally. I'm thrilled to find that I can change my brain over time with meditation. It actually works.
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Old 03-20-2019, 04:54 PM   #6779
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I think software engineers/computer scientists are the least degen and most strat-talking . Got some really good insights on GTO though
I've played with a couple comp sci guys who were pretty big whales. Honestly the toughest rec players I've played against at high stakes were lawyers. Those guys just understand spots where people should and shouldn't have it.
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Old 03-20-2019, 05:19 PM   #6780
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I've played with a couple comp sci guys who were pretty big whales. Honestly the toughest rec players I've played against at high stakes were lawyers. Those guys just understand spots where people should and shouldn't have it.
Like, what's your sample size? P sure everybody is going to have different experiences with this.
I've played with plenty of whale lawyers. Not going to make any assumptions based on that.
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Old 03-20-2019, 11:08 PM   #6781
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Re: 2k- a poker story (wtmfl;dr obv)

are you sure you weren't playing against fake degens? I know too many people fit into this archetype
-25-30 with the the disposable income to play 2/5
-but not actually rich enough to donk away at 2/5
-know how to use the internet to study
-grew up studying warcraft 3 replays of pros, practicing and analyzing their own replays
-already have the study mentality built into their day jobs
-like being smart and showing off how smart they are
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Old Yesterday, 05:28 PM   #6782
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Re: 2k- a poker story (wtmfl;dr obv)

There are a bunch who I've played between 100-500 @ 5/10nl and one at 10/25 a good 500hrs. One of the comp sci guys has gotten better, but the other one literally plays the same as he did 10 years ago when I first played him and he went off for 12 buy ins at 2.5k.
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Old Yesterday, 05:44 PM   #6783
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Re: 2k- a poker story (wtmfl;dr obv)

I'm a CS guy and I'm a complete spewtard.
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Old Yesterday, 06:35 PM   #6784
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I'm a CS guy and I'm a complete spewtard.
Itís rare for any true spewtard to spend this much time on a poker forum.
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Old Yesterday, 06:38 PM   #6785
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Itís rare for any true spewtard to spend this much time on a poker forum.
I know how to play well, I just usually have a lot more fun playing very spewy. I just make sure I spend most of my time in games where everyone else is playing very spewy as well.
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Old Yesterday, 06:58 PM   #6786
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Re: 2k- a poker story (wtmfl;dr obv)

Personally my play as a rec play has a wide range. I suspect it is true for many rec players. I have an interest in the game and treat it as a serious hobby but put me in a fun spewy game and I will play EVERY hand.

This is part of why grindy left hand on right should regs make games worse without knowing it. If the table is fun I am a spot. If the table is headphones and iPads, well I am still a spot but a much much smaller one. That is if I donít head to the sports book or craps table.


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Old Yesterday, 07:16 PM   #6787
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Personally my play as a rec play has a wide range. I suspect it is true for many rec players. I have an interest in the game and treat it as a serious hobby but put me in a fun spewy game and I will play EVERY hand.

This is part of why grindy left hand on right should regs make games worse without knowing it. If the table is fun I am a spot. If the table is headphones and iPads, well I am still a spot but a much much smaller one. That is if I donít head to the sports book or craps table.


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Great post.
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Old Today, 01:32 AM   #6788
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I know how to play well, I just usually have a lot more fun playing very spewy. I just make sure I spend most of my time in games where everyone else is playing very spewy as well.
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Personally my play as a rec play has a wide range. I suspect it is true for many rec players. I have an interest in the game and treat it as a serious hobby but put me in a fun spewy game and I will play EVERY hand.

This is part of why grindy left hand on right should regs make games worse without knowing it. If the table is fun I am a spot. If the table is headphones and iPads, well I am still a spot but a much much smaller one. That is if I don’t head to the sports book or craps table.


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+9000

My regular games the past 6-8 months have really spoiled normal live poker for me. My tolerance for being in a boring game is very low. Boring games means people aren't playing way too loose, which means I can't play way too loose. I'd much rather just play online than suffer through a boring live lineup. Live poker that isn't a fun social experience is just awful.
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Old Today, 12:19 PM   #6789
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Re: 2k- a poker story (wtmfl;dr obv)

yea, I don't think anyone's going to say they enjoy out-nitting other nits in grindy games. The pinnacle of poker is always going to be having fun playing against whales. The poker ecosystem simply doesn't provide everyone with that opportunity though. We are very lucky.

Doesn't change the fact that you guys clearly know what you're doing and spewing for profit doesn't quite make you a spewtard. But we're splitting hairs on definitions, which always ends up going in circles.
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Old Today, 04:16 PM   #6790
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I feel like since I switched to headphones I tightened my range up a bit and felt my rep improved so I ended up bluffing way more than I used to.
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