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Old 12-31-2018, 12:16 AM   #23876
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2-5 Hi-low PLO. 3-handed pot. Flop 4-6-K with a flush draw, low draw, straight draw. None of it comes, no flush, no low, no straight. Runs out 4-6-K-Q-6. I'm UTG I check river, this after check around on turn. Dude in middle bets 250 on river with total rock on other side of him. Rock folds. I call it with A-2-5-Q. Winner. It was perfect steal spot for the bettor. I already showed weakness, rock is 5% to call. He fires and gets picked off. I saw his move. No I don't call with A-Q on that board on account of my hand. Way to go, hero. It helps when your double nut draws aren't coming. Is that OKBigAisa ... or no??
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Old 12-31-2018, 04:00 AM   #23877
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Yes, you are a confirmed God.

No I was talking about good poker plays. How you interpret someone is about you, not them. I mean that's not really too advanced.
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Old 02-25-2019, 01:09 AM   #23878
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I just have to give this a 2019 bump.....wtf has happened? or not happened.
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Old 02-25-2019, 03:40 AM   #23879
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Played a live pot in a 5-10 game.

Had about 6K, fish (rich russian) covered the table, played every hand, never folded flops. Raises a ton, pre or flop with just about any piece. Folded some turns. I have the god seat on him. Dream game.

He hates me since I caught him bluffing earlier with my nut straight on a BD flush board.

BB with TT55.

MP opens to 40, CO calls, BTN calls, Fish (SB) calls, I call.

(200) Flop comes T52

I bet 200, MP folds, CO calls, BTN calls, Fish raises 1200, I repot 4800 saying "pot pot all in all in". Folds around to him, dealer points out I'm not actually all in. He says that's cool and raises my last 1k. Thanks mate!

Total pot something like 12700?

We run it twice.

First board:

Turn J River A

Second board:

Turn K River Q


He shows AKQJ.

It's beyond me why he didn't 3bet pre, but then stacked off on this flop. But I guess if you know it's coming it's a really easy game.
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Old 02-25-2019, 12:13 PM   #23880
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Old 03-07-2019, 09:44 PM   #23881
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Great start to the f****** year

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Old 03-15-2019, 07:02 AM   #23882
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Great start to the f****** year

Wow looks like you slept with the owners wife or something
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Old 03-29-2019, 02:29 AM   #23883
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Great start to the f****** year

Looks like the cashout curse hit you hard.
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Old 04-01-2019, 02:13 PM   #23884
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Ha, I'm way too much of a Degen to ever click that button. Apparently I enjoy punting all my money to colluding bot rings. Weeeeeeeeeee
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Old 04-12-2019, 07:35 AM   #23885
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Ha, I'm way too much of a Degen to ever click that button. Apparently I enjoy punting all my money to colluding bot rings. Weeeeeeeeeee
Is it a fact that you will appear to run under EV if your opponents are sharing hole cards? Because if so that makes it even more disgusting as you are probably running bad AND getting cheated.
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Old 04-14-2019, 12:21 AM   #23886
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If you played 5 card plo at Stars against both mr_suspekt and SpenstiWensties you are eligible to some cash. Please check out my thread in Small Stakes PL Omaha.
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Old 04-15-2019, 07:25 PM   #23887
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Old 06-12-2019, 03:26 PM   #23888
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Did dunphi get banned on Stars? Haven't seem them playing in some time and it's not possible to player transfer them money either.
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Old 06-13-2019, 10:33 AM   #23889
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Did dunphi get banned on Stars? Haven't seem them playing in some time and it's not possible to player transfer them money either.
I dont know if its him, but I received 1450$ refund from stars for (quote from stars email to me) :

"You participated in games that were under consideration in this case and as a result you may have been adversely affected."

I wonder what happened, but they refuse to give any specific information about these games.
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Old 06-13-2019, 08:04 PM   #23890
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Did dunphi get banned on Stars? Haven't seem them playing in some time and it's not possible to player transfer them money either.


Well I donít know the zoom 500 pool but did some new German/Austrian account appear recently?
Maybe he just switched account again, as he used to play under various different accounts on stars before he used the Dunphi one. I used to know him IRL but after he multi accounted me as well our contact diluted.
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Old 06-16-2019, 11:33 AM   #23891
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This hand was played at huplo mid to high stakes on a small site which I rather not name but I'm a recreational player, and I'm just wondering wtf is going on here and while I'm not thinking superuser yet, this hand just makes me think why would someone who is a reg do something like this, it just does not seem like something a competent reg would do.

I was playing with my whole bankroll on the table the other day with a different villain to the plo hand I'm going to discuss, and this villain could see I was playing scared money, i run my roll up 10x and and sat this villain and I 4bet AA he snap shoved with 2 pocket tens and hits a ten, whatever this is totally standard. busto.

But this is the plohu hand I am suss about. I'll use big blinds instead of dollars to keep the stakes anonymous, again i run up the roll 5x, seen this reg sitting who i think does some dumb plays, so i sat to play him with the whole roll.

I bought in for 100bb mid to high stakes table with 2bb left in my account to top up, so after villain won the first hand my auto top up topped up and i was playing with 97bb roughly, so villain could see I had my whole bank on the table and after a few hands he could also see I was playing tight scared money, so if i shoved allin it would have been with a very good hand.


After a few hands Heros stack is 75bb villain covers.

Hero raises 3bb with A784, villain calls 3bb
Villain KJ56

flop is 8A4

I bet half the pot 3bb villain raises 10bb, I pot for 36bb villain raises all-in hero calls

Turn is 7

River K

Since I aren't allowed to play on pokerstars, and I play huplo, this is one site i can play on, so when I see this I just think wtf and am a bit weary about depositing there again unless you guys think yeah this is just dumb typical standard play that some regs do sometimes.
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Old 06-16-2019, 02:14 PM   #23892
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this is very suspicious to me and i'd be paranoid as well.
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Old 06-16-2019, 03:39 PM   #23893
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Well, unless you are drunk or know the runout this is massive spew, regardless if he knows you're scared money, a massive fish or playing with your whole roll. No way to justify his shove on the flop.
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Old 06-16-2019, 06:51 PM   #23894
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This hand was played at huplo mid to high stakes on a small site which I rather not name but I'm a recreational player, and I'm just wondering wtf is going on here and while I'm not thinking superuser yet, this hand just makes me think why would someone who is a reg do something like this, it just does not seem like something a competent reg would do.

I was playing with my whole bankroll on the table the other day with a different villain to the plo hand I'm going to discuss, and this villain could see I was playing scared money, i run my roll up 10x and and sat this villain and I 4bet AA he snap shoved with 2 pocket tens and hits a ten, whatever this is totally standard. busto.

But this is the plohu hand I am suss about. I'll use big blinds instead of dollars to keep the stakes anonymous, again i run up the roll 5x, seen this reg sitting who i think does some dumb plays, so i sat to play him with the whole roll.

I bought in for 100bb mid to high stakes table with 2bb left in my account to top up, so after villain won the first hand my auto top up topped up and i was playing with 97bb roughly, so villain could see I had my whole bank on the table and after a few hands he could also see I was playing tight scared money, so if i shoved allin it would have been with a very good hand.


After a few hands Heros stack is 75bb villain covers.

Hero raises 3bb with A784, villain calls 3bb
Villain KJ56

flop is 8A4

I bet half the pot 3bb villain raises 10bb, I pot for 36bb villain raises all-in hero calls

Turn is 7

River K

Since I aren't allowed to play on pokerstars, and I play huplo, this is one site i can play on, so when I see this I just think wtf and am a bit weary about depositing there again unless you guys think yeah this is just dumb typical standard play that some regs do sometimes.
Are you sure it wasn't a plo hi/lo table? That would make a lot more sense that way.
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Old 06-16-2019, 11:26 PM   #23895
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I'm not saying this is relevant to present day play, but I'll relay the story anyway. A long time ago on Full Tilt Poker at the high stakes games where it was common to rail the games, I would see this type of play often. The high stakes reg would often play extremely loose to the point of spewing to stack a recreatioal player playing with their whole bankroll. If the recreational player doubles up he isn't going anywhere. The recreational player is going bust sooner or later and if the high stakes reg stacks them faster it is less rake.
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Old 06-16-2019, 11:47 PM   #23896
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I'm not saying this is relevant to present day play, but I'll relay the story anyway. A long time ago on Full Tilt Poker at the high stakes games where it was common to rail the games, I would see this type of play often. The high stakes reg would often play extremely loose to the point of spewing to stack a recreatioal player playing with their whole bankroll. If the recreational player doubles up he isn't going anywhere. The recreational player is going bust sooner or later and if the high stakes reg stacks them faster it is less rake.
Sure, people still tilt spew, but this is not a strategy applied by any winning player (and never was).
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Old 06-17-2019, 02:41 AM   #23897
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this is very suspicious to me and i'd be paranoid as well.
Yeah that's why I posted I actually tweeted a couple of top high stakes players on twitter to follow me just so I could DM and ask them about the site because I don't know any poker players and cant DM anyone here as a new username but they never followed probably thinking some weird guy with no tweets .

I was not even going to post this here, because its one hand and to accuse cheating over one hand seems sort of mad. but the AA vs TT the other day where I 4bet shoved AA vs him snap calling with TT when he knew i was playing scared money seemed weird too, but that's NLHEHU and since I don't play NLHEHU it might probably be standard. But after losing this pot instead of being tilted I actually wasn't, first thing I done was type it into propokertools to see the percentages, I was just thinking don't tell me this site is suss because its one of the only sites I can play online hu.



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Well, unless you are drunk or know the runout this is massive spew, regardless if he knows you're scared money, a massive fish or playing with your whole roll. No way to justify his shove on the flop.
Be cool if i could contact someone on twitter to ask if they know the player and site, since he sits there every night and is a reg.




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Are you sure it wasn't a plo hi/lo table? That would make a lot more sense that way.
yeah 100% wasn't hi/lo table.



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I'm not saying this is relevant to present day play, but I'll relay the story anyway. A long time ago on Full Tilt Poker at the high stakes games where it was common to rail the games, I would see this type of play often. The high stakes reg would often play extremely loose to the point of spewing to stack a recreatioal player playing with their whole bankroll. If the recreational player doubles up he isn't going anywhere. The recreational player is going bust sooner or later and if the high stakes reg stacks them faster it is less rake.

Only thing with this is most recs double up and leave, I wasn't going to do this vs this player and why I sat him but most would leave after doubling up playing scared money.



PS, The only thing which confuses me, if a site was cheating why would they let me win 10x or 5x my bankroll first and than do this unless the player has a way of doing it on his own, anyway one hand also, but as I said be cool to contact someone on twitter and ask about the player and site as I have screenshots of the hand replayed.

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Old 06-17-2019, 03:16 AM   #23898
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With the info given that AA vs TT NLHE hand sounds standard if you shoved all-in over his 3-bet.
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Old 06-18-2019, 06:06 AM   #23899
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My messages here are now working so can send messages. Is anyone interested in me sending them a message with site and player name as I'm still curious about depositing on this site again?

I don't want to send just anyone a message as i don't want to accuse anyone just for the sake of accusing, but happy for some reputable poster who plays mid to high stakes HUPLO from this thread to message me and i can give them the site and player name and see if they know said player.
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Old 06-19-2019, 03:20 AM   #23900
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Seems no one is interested in messaging me about the players name and site, meh.

The player in question was sitting at the tables every night leading up to this hand but hasn't been seen since I posted here, hmm. maybe just a coincidence too.
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