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Old 09-12-2015, 09:27 PM   #1676
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Re: Pads1161 #bracelethunting

Mega congrats - stop telling people about Elliot though. He has been a secret weapon for me for a while.

How much of that score do you roll into your bankroll and how much goes into 'other'? That always interest me!
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Old 09-12-2015, 09:45 PM   #1677
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Thanks everybody, I'm so, so, so over the moon. I played yesterday and was really pleased. Previously I was ****ing good at closing out tournaments when there was 30 people left, but this year I think some ego set in and I didn't hold back enough and played too loose in too many spots. Yesterday I went all the way through the gears. I played exceptionally tight and then for the last hour of the day let off the gas in some good spots and ended the day 1/16.

I couldn't sleep for hours. I was tired, my dogs were tired, but I just couldn't sleep, I was really excited. I've been a nearly man most of my poker career, 3 SCOOP final tables without victory, 2nd in WPT High Roller, 5th in WPT Main event, 20th in WCOOP main event, 15th in the $10k PLO, this year, 25th in a $1500. All of these times I had gotten super excited, perhaps too excited. Luckily this year I hired Elliot Roe to help me with the mental side of my game, back to this topic soon.

I woke up with around 4 hours of sleep in the bag and played with my dogs, said good bye and then headed back to my apartment.


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My grind set up



I went for some food with a friend and then had 2 hours, I could either sleep or I could go to the sauna/steam room/jacuzzi. I decided for the latter and stayed there for an hour or so and then got home and prepared. I opened my email and to my great surprised I had this:



final table MP3
Roe Elliot (elliotxxxxx@xxxxx) Add to contacts 12/09/2015 Keep this message at the top of your inbox
To: patrick.leonard@hotmail.co.uk
Subject: For when you crush souls tomorrow

GL mate!!!!


Online MTT Final Table.mp3
Roe Elliot shared from Dropbox
View on www.dropbox.com

I listened to it twice, and it got me really in the zone. This was the tournament I was going to stay in the zone, I was going to understand what everybody else was doing and I was going to readjust and react to everything. I wouldn't take any huge risks, but I was very confident in how my game plan had to be.

Fast forward 1 hour and I start great, I get up to 4.5m chips from my 3m before I lose pretty big pot.

I open the button, sb is 2/11 and 3bets me, I peel QTss. Flop AKQsxx, he bets, I call. Turn AKQT and he checks. I think this is a great spot to pot turn, jam river, but I went for the lower route and decided to check back. River AKQTA, he checks and I decide to try to get him to fold, he called A9 and I had my first set back. The words of Elliot echoed in my ear where previously I would have tried to get these chips back that I had lost.

Anyway we get to the final table and for around 3 hours (pre ft and whole ft) I'm super, super card dead. I chip down, my 3bets get jammed on, everything isn't going great, but I'm very, very composed, relaxed and prepared for this. This is exactly why I study 3x a week midweek for these exact spots.

Anyway, my opponents fall one by one until there is only me and RomeOpro left. He is a super, super good reg and I wanted to deal, but he wanted to get a 6 figure score and obviously I'm not giving anything up. We are typing in the chat box, I make a thin value bet/protection bet on the turn, he calls and loses and writes in chat (like he likes to do) I also like to chat so chat back whilst conveniently flopping two pair. The whole tournament I was making my sizes xxx599 (because I saw Keith Hawkings 3bet to 1599 in the Sunday 530 and thought the sizing was cool) so from level 6 making it 1259, to level 14 making it 11599, to level 50 making it 320599 this was the sizing I used.

Anyway, I saw this as a great spot to fake misclick, 1) He can interpret it as a fake misclick because its very easy to do when you manually write your sizes and 2) He was too busy typing trying to be clever that he may just read it as a normal cbet and call quickly. He had A4 (t43) and fell for it and I won the $108k and the bracelet. Huge respect to him, he's a good guy really.. He is very good at poker and he was very humble in defeat.

It really means everything to me and I'm ecstatic. Speaking to my friends and family afterwards was really nice, everybody was so happy for me and everybody spoke so kindly to me. I'm very lucky to have made the friends from poker that I have done.

Tomorrow is my teams first league match, so I'm missing the first half of Sunday which is very convenient anyway as it means I can start later and be very fresh for the $10k high roller. I noticed I'm 4th in the WCOOP leader board, so guess I'll be playing a lot this week and if its close next week I'll really go for it, but its really not a goal of mine right now.


Few crazy hands from yesterday..

1) Jakoon http://www.boomplayer.com/poker-hand...433_E4C171EA99

I expected him to call this 3bet pretty honestly, he had a limping range on the button too with these stacks. I made my 3bet large to prompt a shove or fold from him. We get to post flop and lots of specific player reads helped me with this one

2) The craziest hand of poker I've ever played? http://www.boomplayer.com/poker-hand...114_170018600F

This guy was 3/4/5 betting way too much. 2 orbits before I 5bet half my stack with KK and got to showdown. I had played really tight and just thought this would work really well ( he had very low call 3bet/4bet and his bb defend was 17% so thought he was pre flop warrior that would give up)

3) 3rd last hand of the day http://www.boomplayer.com/poker-hand...180_89775E2A18

Villain had 91% rfi otb, relatively high f23b. Think pre is good/fine, flop fine too. Turn is interesting, I can either bet turn shove river, bet turn check river, check turn bet river or check turn check river.

I think bet turn/shove river is viable but risky
I bet bet turn check river is bad because he has a lot of missed draws that would fold to my jam
I think check turn/bet river is really sexy because we rep Ax/qq/kk really well this way and if we had a draw we would always always jam this exact turn card because of the fold equity we get. He will likely not slow play many big hands because of the board being drawy even though he should.

4) Last hand of the day http://www.boomplayer.com/poker-hand...235_AAFD210245

This is vs the guy from the A3 hand. Fun hand

5) Really interesting hand that I'm super unsure about http://www.boomplayer.com/poker-hand...877_460A194AD6

I limp which is std. Check flop is good, nothing better folds, nothing better will fold and nothing worse calls. Turn I think check is still best as he doesn't have a wide bluff catching range here at all. River is sick interesting, I'm close to bottom of my range and he has a lot of 9x that I can make fold, I really have very few potential bluffs and Qx could fold too. He called, but I still kinda dig it. WUG?



p.s my friend was sitting next to me and I told him "Wowwww fake misclick time so good here" before doing it. :P
Sick hh's was fun railing you for a while and seeing you ship it! Gettem in the other WCOOP's. Hand vs Jason Koon is so ****** sick like what hands do you give him that are bluffing, except J8s
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Old 09-12-2015, 10:02 PM   #1678
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Mega congrats - stop telling people about Elliot though. He has been a secret weapon for me for a while.

How much of that score do you roll into your bankroll and how much goes into 'other'? That always interest me!
Hey, thanks. Erm, kind of awkward question, not cheeky just tough to answer. I don't really have a separate bankroll or poker roll, its all the same thing. I have living costs for 10+ years moving forward and I like to pay my rent 1 year in advance so I don't kind of move money "to pay the bills"

Winning big amounts just lets me take bigger pieces of myself in bigger tournaments. For example in WCOOP last year I sold for a lot of events. For EPT's I always sold 60% ish and I'm always very good from a bankroll management point of view of not being too crazy. For example tomorrow in the $10k, I sold 40% and swapped an additional 30% after I won this 100k. I'm sure many people would yolo or whatever, but I like to be smart.

I don't really have any goals or anything with money, my only goal right now is to collect as much as possible in the next 5 years or so and then evaluate.

In general the way poker players manage their money is really interesting. I have horses who will take loans every month then in their first month of profit they will play games off stake/gamble it off/drink it off and thats totally fine, its their money and they can do whatever they like, but to me its always been a little odd.

I tell all my friends this, almost EVERYBODY in poker has way, way less money than you think, then theres the guys who have THE LOT! All these guys who are apparent high rollers often play for very small %s of themselves, anybody who has won x amount online has usually won 1/2 of what their graph says (Staked) and poker players in general spend way too much.. And then you have live tournaments.. Expenses and buy ins in live tournaments are huge. In these stops there are $2k turbos running every night and people just yolo'n them, I think they get unto 300+ runners and the same guys every day etc

I think in the past I was too conservative with my bankroll. I remember selling to a $200 live tournament with a $75k roll. Even selling for $200 SCOOPs etc, if you have the money and then some and you're able to rebuild and have real life stuff worked out then selling for tournaments where you have a huge roi in is literally just giving money away.

This post was not meant to be arrogant or anything at all just speak a lot about how everybody (including myself) has way less money than the community would expect.
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Old 09-12-2015, 10:04 PM   #1679
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Sick hh's was fun railing you for a while and seeing you ship it! Gettem in the other WCOOP's. Hand vs Jason Koon is so ****** sick like what hands do you give him that are bluffing, except J8s
heh, was a fun one yeah..
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Old 09-12-2015, 10:54 PM   #1680
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That's an awesome answer.

I certainly didn't mean to overstep if I did - just think it's a cool spot to be in and also you have the ability to share what you just did. So important for people to learn about what being a poker professional really can be like!

Crush some more this WCOOP!
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Old 09-12-2015, 11:29 PM   #1681
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Congrats on the win.Enjoyed reading the thread, pretty awesome to have a player like you active in the community.I really liked the podcast as well, you addressed some very important things that i need to focus on.
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Old 09-13-2015, 06:18 AM   #1682
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Congrats! Go and make it a great Wcoop now! Glgl
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Old 09-13-2015, 06:26 AM   #1683
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vwp man!

your dog and grindstation look strangely alike btw
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Old 09-13-2015, 07:53 AM   #1684
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your dog and grindstation look strangely alike btw
^^ Uncanny
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Old 09-13-2015, 12:55 PM   #1685
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Old 09-13-2015, 02:28 PM   #1686
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Thanks everybody, I'm so, so, so over the moon. I played yesterday and was really pleased. Previously I was ****ing good at closing out tournaments when there was 30 people left, but this year I think some ego set in and I didn't hold back enough and played too loose in too many spots. Yesterday I went all the way through the gears. I played exceptionally tight and then for the last hour of the day let off the gas in some good spots and ended the day 1/16.

I couldn't sleep for hours. I was tired, my dogs were tired, but I just couldn't sleep, I was really excited. I've been a nearly man most of my poker career, 3 SCOOP final tables without victory, 2nd in WPT High Roller, 5th in WPT Main event, 20th in WCOOP main event, 15th in the $10k PLO, this year, 25th in a $1500. All of these times I had gotten super excited, perhaps too excited. Luckily this year I hired Elliot Roe to help me with the mental side of my game, back to this topic soon.

I woke up with around 4 hours of sleep in the bag and played with my dogs, said good bye and then headed back to my apartment.


My dog Kira



My grind set up



I went for some food with a friend and then had 2 hours, I could either sleep or I could go to the sauna/steam room/jacuzzi. I decided for the latter and stayed there for an hour or so and then got home and prepared. I opened my email and to my great surprised I had this:



final table MP3
Roe Elliot (elliotxxxxx@xxxxx) Add to contacts 12/09/2015 Keep this message at the top of your inbox
To: patrick.leonard@hotmail.co.uk
Subject: For when you crush souls tomorrow

GL mate!!!!


Online MTT Final Table.mp3
Roe Elliot shared from Dropbox
View on www.dropbox.com

I listened to it twice, and it got me really in the zone. This was the tournament I was going to stay in the zone, I was going to understand what everybody else was doing and I was going to readjust and react to everything. I wouldn't take any huge risks, but I was very confident in how my game plan had to be.

Fast forward 1 hour and I start great, I get up to 4.5m chips from my 3m before I lose pretty big pot.

I open the button, sb is 2/11 and 3bets me, I peel QTss. Flop AKQsxx, he bets, I call. Turn AKQT and he checks. I think this is a great spot to pot turn, jam river, but I went for the lower route and decided to check back. River AKQTA, he checks and I decide to try to get him to fold, he called A9 and I had my first set back. The words of Elliot echoed in my ear where previously I would have tried to get these chips back that I had lost.

Anyway we get to the final table and for around 3 hours (pre ft and whole ft) I'm super, super card dead. I chip down, my 3bets get jammed on, everything isn't going great, but I'm very, very composed, relaxed and prepared for this. This is exactly why I study 3x a week midweek for these exact spots.

Anyway, my opponents fall one by one until there is only me and RomeOpro left. He is a super, super good reg and I wanted to deal, but he wanted to get a 6 figure score and obviously I'm not giving anything up. We are typing in the chat box, I make a thin value bet/protection bet on the turn, he calls and loses and writes in chat (like he likes to do) I also like to chat so chat back whilst conveniently flopping two pair. The whole tournament I was making my sizes xxx599 (because I saw Keith Hawkings 3bet to 1599 in the Sunday 530 and thought the sizing was cool) so from level 6 making it 1259, to level 14 making it 11599, to level 50 making it 320599 this was the sizing I used.

Anyway, I saw this as a great spot to fake misclick, 1) He can interpret it as a fake misclick because its very easy to do when you manually write your sizes and 2) He was too busy typing trying to be clever that he may just read it as a normal cbet and call quickly. He had A4 (t43) and fell for it and I won the $108k and the bracelet. Huge respect to him, he's a good guy really.. He is very good at poker and he was very humble in defeat.

It really means everything to me and I'm ecstatic. Speaking to my friends and family afterwards was really nice, everybody was so happy for me and everybody spoke so kindly to me. I'm very lucky to have made the friends from poker that I have done.

Tomorrow is my teams first league match, so I'm missing the first half of Sunday which is very convenient anyway as it means I can start later and be very fresh for the $10k high roller. I noticed I'm 4th in the WCOOP leader board, so guess I'll be playing a lot this week and if its close next week I'll really go for it, but its really not a goal of mine right now.


Few crazy hands from yesterday..

1) Jakoon http://www.boomplayer.com/poker-hand...433_E4C171EA99

I expected him to call this 3bet pretty honestly, he had a limping range on the button too with these stacks. I made my 3bet large to prompt a shove or fold from him. We get to post flop and lots of specific player reads helped me with this one

2) The craziest hand of poker I've ever played? http://www.boomplayer.com/poker-hand...114_170018600F

This guy was 3/4/5 betting way too much. 2 orbits before I 5bet half my stack with KK and got to showdown. I had played really tight and just thought this would work really well ( he had very low call 3bet/4bet and his bb defend was 17% so thought he was pre flop warrior that would give up)

3) 3rd last hand of the day http://www.boomplayer.com/poker-hand...180_89775E2A18

Villain had 91% rfi otb, relatively high f23b. Think pre is good/fine, flop fine too. Turn is interesting, I can either bet turn shove river, bet turn check river, check turn bet river or check turn check river.

I think bet turn/shove river is viable but risky
I bet bet turn check river is bad because he has a lot of missed draws that would fold to my jam
I think check turn/bet river is really sexy because we rep Ax/qq/kk really well this way and if we had a draw we would always always jam this exact turn card because of the fold equity we get. He will likely not slow play many big hands because of the board being drawy even though he should.

4) Last hand of the day http://www.boomplayer.com/poker-hand...235_AAFD210245

This is vs the guy from the A3 hand. Fun hand

5) Really interesting hand that I'm super unsure about http://www.boomplayer.com/poker-hand...877_460A194AD6

I limp which is std. Check flop is good, nothing better folds, nothing better will fold and nothing worse calls. Turn I think check is still best as he doesn't have a wide bluff catching range here at all. River is sick interesting, I'm close to bottom of my range and he has a lot of 9x that I can make fold, I really have very few potential bluffs and Qx could fold too. He called, but I still kinda dig it. WUG?



p.s my friend was sitting next to me and I told him "Wowwww fake misclick time so good here" before doing it. :P
Hey

Thanks for the mention, great to hear the MP3s helped keep you in the zone! Keep up the great work.

Enjoy the football and GL next week
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Old 09-13-2015, 03:33 PM   #1687
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GG man!

Btw; <3 the apple setup!
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Old 09-14-2015, 10:53 AM   #1688
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Football yesterday was interesting.

First half we played really poorly, we were way way way better than our opponents but our standard was no where near good enough for my expectations. We had probably 75% possession, the other team didn't get in our half almost at all, then at end of first half we had a corner, they broke and scored. Sighhhhh

Half time, regroup change things a little bit. Dominate first 20 minutes than BANG they score again, 2nd shot of the game. Changed things completely with our plan B that we prepared with in traibing.

2-1 after some great play.

We push on, dominate, probably 20 shots on goal vs their 2. Can't score.

Then boom 2-3, lets ****ing go.

Super pumped at this point I drive the guys forward, the other team can't run anymore we have been attacking them for 85 minutes. I ask the linesman how long left, "6 minutes" our midfielder plays 2 1/2s and slides in our striker, he stays composed and vamooooooooooooo 3-2 in 15 minute turn around. I run to the corner mourinho vs man united style and celebrate with the guys."stay ****ing switched on, slow it down, kill the game"

2 minutes to go we concede 3rd shot of the game and end 3-3

Lots of positives but so so much to work on. Am I the special one? Maybe not yet.

To be continued!
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Old 09-14-2015, 11:13 AM   #1689
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grats on the bink gg love the last hand huge overbet lol
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Old 09-14-2015, 11:15 AM   #1690
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Footage of pads celebrating the 3-2 has been released

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Old 09-14-2015, 04:11 PM   #1691
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Congrats Pads on the bink!!! Well deserved, I wanna see pics of the bracelet when you get it!
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Old 09-14-2015, 05:00 PM   #1692
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Congrats Pads on the bink!!! Well deserved, I wanna see pics of the bracelet when you get it!
SCOOP winners are still waiting for theirs.....

Could be a while...
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Old 09-14-2015, 05:06 PM   #1693
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Did you ever mention you were friends/partners with elmerixx or was I dreaming?Would be nice if you have a piece of him in the 10k 8 max
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Old 09-14-2015, 06:21 PM   #1694
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SCOOP winners are still waiting for theirs.....

Could be a while...
Seriously? That's brutal if that's the case.
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Old 09-14-2015, 08:00 PM   #1695
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Don't they give them out at the pet grand final or something
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Old 09-14-2015, 08:27 PM   #1696
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Played pretty badly today. Not sure why, will try to refocus for a huge Tuesday tomorrow.

Ended up coming 2nd in the .fr 6max which had for sure the toughest ever final 2 tables. Lost HU to my friend after having 640k vs 60k stacks. Never mind.

Anyway made it a profitable day which is good!
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Old 09-14-2015, 08:30 PM   #1697
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Big shoutout to the stable. The guys are working so hard and really getting better every day.

We had a really good week

I won 700$ 6max for 108k
Elmerixx came 7th in 10k$ high roller for 100k
Jorginho came 4th big109, 5th 2nd chance and last 2 tables in SWU
Danistheking 3rd in the Party Major
Jona won the winamax 300e for heaps
Zidix 4th in PLO WCOOP
oneh1twonder 2nd in PLO WCOOP
Gil 2nd in b55
Gil 2nd in h44


Lots of other runs that I've forgotten, but love working with this amazing team of players. We are always looking for new guys, message us and we will get back to you after WCOOP, with Fedor on board we are hoping to help create some of the best MTT players in the world
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Old 09-15-2015, 06:06 AM   #1698
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SCOOP winners are still waiting for theirs.....

Could be a while...
Maybe at the EPT Prague, as last year?
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Old 09-15-2015, 05:45 PM   #1699
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gg session saver today
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Old 09-15-2015, 05:46 PM   #1700
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Played very small session today because Internet was being ****ing tragic. Shipped the big75 which I'm really happy about though. Nice to finish a session before mid night so have a long time to rest before tomorrow now.

Enjoying this WCOOP so far!
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