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05-03-2013 , 10:28 PM
Threads13's Full Ring Review series is probably a pretty reasonable investment of time for most/all uNL ring-game players in my opinion.

The "Moving beyond Microstakes" series was pretty well received as well.
05-03-2013 , 10:43 PM
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Originally Posted by Alexander Young
Threads13's Full Ring Review series is probably a pretty reasonable investment of time for most/all uNL ring-game players in my opinion.

The "Moving beyond Microstakes" series was pretty well received as well.
Thanks! I always play Full Ring so I'm sure it'd be useful
05-03-2013 , 11:54 PM
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Originally Posted by SarahDoll1987
Ok I'll meet you guys half way...

Here's before (With clothes):

http://s10.************/6x0dsjio8/IMAG0067.jpg


Do you even lift?
05-04-2013 , 02:03 AM
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Originally Posted by SarahDoll1987
And in school I'm studying for a BSc in Artificial Intelligence and Computer Science (I'm a big nerd lol)...
Legit

Do you have an idea of areas you can improve your poker game? Or just trying to find any information?
05-04-2013 , 05:51 AM
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Originally Posted by SarahDoll1987
Even though I'd love the coaching.. No deal, sorry
Ha, sorry, I was a bit drunk last night Anyway gl with your goal!
05-04-2013 , 06:19 AM
guess i'm a nit too but i don't see a reason why you should not be confident with what you got, but to each their own
05-04-2013 , 09:52 AM
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Originally Posted by SarahDoll1987
And in school I'm studying for a BSc in Artificial Intelligence and Computer Science (I'm a big nerd lol)...

Do you approach your game with a lot of math? I'm sure we all do to some extent, but there's some people here who relies heavily on math. I was just wondering if you're one of them.
05-04-2013 , 10:48 AM
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Originally Posted by Alex Wice
Legit

Do you have an idea of areas you can improve your poker game? Or just trying to find any information?
I think my biggest problem is playing too long, chasing losses, and not stopping when I know I should... I am trying to improve that part though...

Other than that, I think in general (When not playing tired) I'm fairly ok at poker (I don't want to say I'm really good).. Over the last year especially, I've noticed a really big change in my game, where I find it easier to put people on ranges of hands, and also to make thin calls and good folds in the right spots.. I'm not always right about my decisions, but I like to think I make the right choice more often than I don't



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Originally Posted by ph@ntom_f12
Do you approach your game with a lot of math? I'm sure we all do to some extent, but there's some people here who relies heavily on math. I was just wondering if you're one of them.
I probably wouldn't say I rely heavily on math. I do have a lot of the percentages and outs memorised, which does factor into my decisions, but I don't sit there in a hand like calculating the EV of 5bet shoving with QQ vs a certain range.
05-04-2013 , 11:09 AM
obv got to sub this one !
05-04-2013 , 03:43 PM
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Originally Posted by SarahDoll1987
So I've finished half of my exams now, and my next one isn't until the 14th!

I decided I'll play a bit this weekend. I was planning to do 2k hands tonight, but felt quite tired (It's been a long couple of weeks!!), so I stopped at 1109 hands with a profit of $69.89 + a $10 VIP Stellar Reward.. I'm also only about 150 FPP's short of a $25 bonus, so I should get that tomorrow

It brings my total profit now to: $217.43 (A few hands are missing from my results because my laptop keeps overheating and crashing!!)

Graph since my deposit:

[img]http://s7.************/erc5fforr/graph03052013.jpg[/img]
Nice start. I wouldn't waste FPPs on the $25 bonus tbh. It's better value using the FPPs for satellites and then selling T$. Or if you really want to buy cash bonuses just save them for the higher amounts. You're managing decent volume at the moment so you'll earn the FPPs fairly quickly/move up the VIP levels so you can buy the higher value ones.

Obviously just wasted my time if you already bought the bonus today lol.

GL
05-04-2013 , 05:51 PM
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Originally Posted by ajryalls
Nice start. I wouldn't waste FPPs on the $25 bonus tbh. It's better value using the FPPs for satellites and then selling T$. Or if you really want to buy cash bonuses just save them for the higher amounts. You're managing decent volume at the moment so you'll earn the FPPs fairly quickly/move up the VIP levels so you can buy the higher value ones.

Obviously just wasted my time if you already bought the bonus today lol.

GL
Sorry, I already bought it! :P

I've been playing a bit today... Sticking to my 6 table limit. I've done 2,000 hands so far and it's not going particularly well.. I've sucked out a couple of times with QQ vs AA (Made quads twice today), but I've had a lot of pair over pair's today (Probably at least 5 or 6 times)... Mostly with QQ lol.

I'm taking a break for an hour now because I'm feeling a little tired so going to get something to eat, make a coffee and watch a little tv then get back to the tables. I'm aiming to get 4,000 hands done today. So far I'm down $6.47, so could be worse... Hopefully after the next 2,000 hands things will go a little more in my favor.

I'll post a graph and bankroll status once I finish the 4k hands
05-04-2013 , 06:09 PM
For some reason the hand history converter isn't working...

Here's links to some of the QQ hands today:

http://www.pokerhand.org/?6566603
http://www.pokerhand.org/?6566604 (He lost half his stack the hand before)
http://www.pokerhand.org/?6566605
05-04-2013 , 06:40 PM
05-04-2013 , 06:47 PM
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Originally Posted by Koerperkarle
Wouldn't let bang

lol
05-04-2013 , 06:56 PM
05-04-2013 , 07:19 PM
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Originally Posted by SarahDoll1987
Hi everyone,

So I've decided to try set myself a goal of saving for a boob job from playing poker.

I've been playing on and off for about 4 years now and I'm pretty confident playing the Micro Stakes (NL25/NL50).

I decided to make a new deposit on Sunday. I was planning to deposit $500 to start off my new bankroll (I usually tend to play a lot for a while then burn out and just cash out), but decided instead to initially deposit $250 and grind NL25, and depending on how things go, possibly deposit the other $250 at a later date (Meaning I'm starting with only 10 buy ins, but have no problems with putting on another 10).

Over the past years of playing mainly NL2 and NL5, with NL25/NL50 more recently, I have made roughly $1000 in total profit, but I won't be including this in my goal since that money has been spent long ago lol.

My goal is to build up a bankroll of $10,000 over the next 12 months, and I plan to cash out $6000 of it once I meet that goal to pay for a boob job (It costs around 4000 in the UK).

Currently since my deposit I've played 4573 hands of NL25 with a profit of $130.23, and a bb/100 of 11.4

I'll try to update at least once a week to say where I currently am in terms of my goal

Sarah



Bonus graph (The last 3000 hands or so haven't gone too well, but I think it always takes me a few sessions before I get back into my usual playing style)

[img]http://s13.************/nka8yl5kz/23042013.jpg[/img]
Can I ask, what's your VPIP/PFR?
05-04-2013 , 07:35 PM
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Originally Posted by MultiTabling
Can I ask, what's your VPIP/PFR?
I've been playing fairly nitty recently lol.. Over the 22k hands I've played since my deposit, I'm 14/12 and 5.3% 3bet
05-04-2013 , 07:42 PM
I set the same goal, only difference is i'm a guy and was doing it for the wife.
I achieved the goal, and she got the boob job.
Its is the best ROI ever. Honestly.
Enjoyed everyday
GL at the tables OP.
05-04-2013 , 07:43 PM
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Originally Posted by SarahDoll1987
I've been playing fairly nitty recently lol.. Over the 22k hands I've played since my deposit, I'm 14/12 and 5.3% 3bet
I'm guessing that's FR and not 6m :P

Gl with your goals
05-04-2013 , 07:45 PM
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Originally Posted by MultiTabling
I'm guessing that's FR and not 6m :P

Gl with your goals
Yeah that's right.. I always play FR.. I'm fairly sure I could beat 6max, but FR is where I feel more comfortable so I'll stick with it for now.

And thank you
05-05-2013 , 02:25 AM
So I've managed to get my 4,000 hands done today finally! It didn't start too great... The first 2,000 hands were like break even (a small loss of $6.47), but the other 2,000 went much better.. I'm up $115.19 for today. I also bought a $25 bonus with FPP's and cleared $10 of my reload bonus, so $150 in total today including that.

At one point there was a huge fish on one of my tables. He was playing like 94/70 and 60% 3bet. I managed to win a bit from him, but it was very high variance.. He stacked me once with J4 when I had AK (All in preflop), and stacked me again when I had KK vs his J8 (All in on the flop), but I ended up ahead by the time he'd gone.. I think probably about $30 or so in profit from him. In total, according to hold'em manager, he lost about $200 today lol

Anyway, onto the details:

Current bankroll: $617.37 (Not including the $500 I put on for the reload bonus as I'll be cashing that straight back out once the 48 hours are up)

Graph to date:

[img]http://s23.************/ynsxpgkdj/graph05052013.jpg[/img]
05-05-2013 , 12:57 PM
thread is +ev;

definitely didn't get the memo on the reload bonus lol
05-05-2013 , 02:26 PM
Just a question for the people reading the thread..

When I post graphs, would you prefer a graph of that day's session, weekly, monthly or the graph of all my hands since depositing?

Also, I'll be trying to get 4000 - 5000 hands done today. If I can do around 5k, it'll bring my total hands for the weekend up to 10,000 which will be a nice bit of volume considering I'm sticking to 6 tabling
05-05-2013 , 03:16 PM
Post longer term graphs so people can actually give legit advice
05-05-2013 , 03:52 PM
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Originally Posted by 11t
Post longer term graphs so people can actually give legit advice
Ok thanks! I'll stick to doing the graph of hands since my deposit

      
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