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Old 05-02-2019, 06:48 PM   #226
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Old 05-02-2019, 09:04 PM   #227
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Old 05-03-2019, 02:05 AM   #229
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Old 05-04-2019, 11:36 AM   #231
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Old 05-04-2019, 11:48 AM   #232
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Old 05-08-2019, 10:34 AM   #233
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1st May --> 7th May

Poker Study
7 hours (420mins). Committed fully to the new routine of 2 hours study in the morning followed by 4 hours grind. Started focusing on SRP BBvsBU as its one of the most commonly occuring spots and contributes to a massive part of your WR. Only scraping the surface of flop and turn nodes and noticing alot of interesting things.

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3x sessions this week which is solid. Really enjoying the mental clarity it gives me in between my 2 sessions.

Mobility
N/A

Weight
98.7kg --> 97.7kg. Exactly 1kg loss again for the second week in a row. Have definitely found my correct calorie intake which is 2300. Will probably bump it up to 2400 as ideally want to be losing 700g a week.

Poker Earnings
$7,106.80 AUD ($4,979.33 USD). Very sick week on the tables. Only managed 7k hands which was a result of the 2 hour daily study and me switching to 2x 500z 2x 500nl which hurt my HPH. I think this new schedule is definetely higher future EV although smaller hourly rn.

Week Recap

Wicked week all round. The cut is going really well and my strength isn't declining to rapidly. Actually loving doing 2 hours of study in the morning, warming up my brain and learning a tonne. The volume is slightly concerning though and will have to see how it eventuates. Officially over halfway of the yearly goal just 4 and a bit months in :O

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Old 05-08-2019, 11:40 AM   #234
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Jeeezus christ 3 losing weeks this year. Absolute madness.

Also cracking up at the slowroll clip lmfao
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Old 05-08-2019, 12:08 PM   #235
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Also only one of them for more than 1k wtf
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Old 05-08-2019, 12:39 PM   #236
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hard to have losing weeks when you're ~70 bis over ev for the year
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Old 05-08-2019, 07:01 PM   #237
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I think 119kg is 100% possible if you use steroids, which you may want to if you go for strength / muscle. I worked out w/ a guy who benched 160kg and he was on steroids and cool dude and he weighted something like 105kg exact, I think, also your height and muscle / lean build. At natty, depends on your genes etc., I think 105kg bodyweight with abs mostly is possible, dunno if more. (That's a lot of weight!, but it should take at least year and a half of very hard and strategic training imo, but you'll also be very strong once this is done, if you build strength-based.

However, what you have to realize, it's a lot of weight and you'll be exhausted quickly from any type of heavy cardio work and your sprint speeds will be quite capped (but you'll be strong & muscle, if that is the goal).

For me perfect muscle / cardio is mid to high 90kg and lean (6pack abs, per-se) at your height. Think of it like max athleticism and close to max strength, but not quite. This way I get considerable strength gain whilst still maintaining quality cardio for the ability to run both short and mid distances plus the mobility to do muscle-memory based stuff like pitch a baseball, for example. Think of it like Rich Froning Jr. but taller and less thick in the stomach (distance from the back to the front of the abs) and weaker max strength

How hard is Bovada compared to Stars, if I'm in Latvia what is the closest country I must move to play at Bovada, thanks?

(p.s. I'm eyeing something like NL50 for the start to get comfy then can climb mby :P ) Cheers and gl!

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Old 05-08-2019, 09:29 PM   #238
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Jeeezus christ 3 losing weeks this year. Absolute madness.

Also cracking up at the slowroll clip lmfao
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hard to have losing weeks when you're ~70 bis over ev for the year
What comes around goes around, still lifetime under ev across all 500z/500nl despite 68bi above EV this year. But I agree, its a massive ****ing xD

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I think 119kg is 100% possible if you use steroids, which you may want to if you go for strength / muscle. I worked out w/ a guy who benched 160kg and he was on steroids and cool dude and he weighted something like 105kg exact, I think, also your height and muscle / lean build. At natty, depends on your genes etc., I think 105kg bodyweight with abs mostly is possible, dunno if more. (That's a lot of weight!, but it should take at least year and a half of very hard and strategic training imo, but you'll also be very strong once this is done, if you build strength-based.

However, what you have to realize, it's a lot of weight and you'll be exhausted quickly from any type of heavy cardio work and your sprint speeds will be quite capped (but you'll be strong & muscle, if that is the goal).

For me perfect muscle / cardio is mid to high 90kg and lean (6pack abs, per-se) at your height. Think of it like max athleticism and close to max strength, but not quite. This way I get considerable strength gain whilst still maintaining quality cardio for the ability to run both short and mid distances plus the mobility to do muscle-memory based stuff like pitch a baseball, for example. Think of it like Rich Froning Jr. but taller and less thick in the stomach (distance from the back to the front of the abs) and weaker max strength

How hard is Bovada compared to Stars, if I'm in Latvia what is the closest country I must move to play at Bovada, thanks?

(p.s. I'm eyeing something like NL50 for the start to get comfy then can climb mby :P ) Cheers and gl!
Yeah I don't want to sit much heavier than 100kg. Although alot of that mass was fat this time around which made it much harder to play soccer and be agile. Maybe that changes when a higher proportion is muscle next bulk. If i wasn't doing sport I wouldn't mind being that heavy though.

Bovada is easier than stars. The 500z regs here are decent but it is the ratio of fish to regs which makes the games better. Not sure r.e the country thing, ignition released a country list on their last update, you should be able to find it somewhere.
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Old 05-09-2019, 02:12 AM   #239
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Re: ScottyCorbett: 2019 500z Grind and Beyond

Looking at your 2018 results

So you made a small deposit for 5NL and ran that up for a two shot at 25NL, then with the winnings from 25NL took a 6 shot at 50NL etc

Is this how it progressed?
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Old 05-09-2019, 09:34 PM   #240
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Looking at your 2018 results

So you made a small deposit for 5NL and ran that up for a two shot at 25NL, then with the winnings from 25NL took a 6 shot at 50NL etc

Is this how it progressed?
Not sure what you mean by "two shot and 6shot" but yes, I started at 5nl ran that up untill I had 30bi for the next stake and took an aggressive shot. Rinse and repeat and now we are at 500nl a year and a bit later. Will not be doing the same with 1knl however. The implications of downswinging and risking a significant portion of my BR becomes too large especially when I am financially "stable". So will shot with many more BI.
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Old 05-09-2019, 10:54 PM   #241
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Not sure what you mean by "two shot and 6shot"
I was looking at your Hold em manager pic with the stakes breakdown

so with 5NL you have 7k+ hands and around $50 in winnings

but you're saying you played 5NL until you had 30Bi for the next stake, which stake was that?

cos your hold em manager pic seems like its telling a different story

just confusing how you progressed to where you are now and how much you had to deposit along the way
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Old 05-10-2019, 01:02 AM   #242
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I was looking at your Hold em manager pic with the stakes breakdown

so with 5NL you have 7k+ hands and around $50 in winnings

but you're saying you played 5NL until you had 30Bi for the next stake, which stake was that?

cos your hold em manager pic seems like its telling a different story

just confusing how you progressed to where you are now and how much you had to deposit along the way
Honestly don't remember specifics, 5nl to 10nl to 25nl, at 25nl binked a tourney and moves up quickly to 50nl. Then between 50 and 200z I set aside some of my life savings for my roll which I never used but had as back up because I thought i could beat 200z games. I didnt have to deposit along the way however.
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Old 05-15-2019, 08:55 PM   #243
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Re: ScottyCorbett: 2019 500z Grind and Beyond

8th May --> 14th May

Poker Study
7 hours (410mins). Stuck with the 2 hours pre session all week. Incorporating daily study into your routine almost seems mandatory with the amount of leaks I feel I am pluggin' atm. Continuing with BBvsBU work and finding so many exploits. Solid improvement this week.

Meditation
Only 2x sessions this week. Not much to say in this regard.

Mobility
Dead goal at this point. My shoulder mobility and health is so much better from consistent stretching and strength work which I haven't jotted down in this section but It was sort of indirect so didn't bother. However, apart from my hip mobility stopping me squatting, everything is good on this end.

Weight
97.7kg --> 96.8kg. Roughly another 1kg cut this week. Noticing my mid section starting to thin out heaps and face starting to get slimmer. 11 weeks to go before my Europe trip so will be interesting to see what shape I am in before I leave. If feeling cute may post some pics but also may delete later who knows aha.

Poker Earnings
$703.39 AUD ($487.89 USD). Swingy week in the office, down 10bi then up 10bi rapidly. Potentially variance but I have a feeling with some new things im implementing my standard deviation and redline have increased, causing my sessions to become more swingy. Ran really poor in distribution postflop this week just running top into top of range. Also, not 23bi above EV this week? wtf?

Week Recap

Learnt a lot, found some massive leaks in my game and can feel my play improving rapidly. Hoping to keep this momentum up to shot 1knl by the time I get back form my Europe trip or maybe before. Super happy with the cut progression and gym in general.

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Old 05-22-2019, 06:08 AM   #244
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Re: ScottyCorbett: 2019 500z Grind and Beyond

15th May --> 21st May

Poker Study
6 hours (340mins). Started to delve into some 500z population analysis this week and continued on the BBvsBU module. Taking ages but learning a tonne.

Meditation
uhhh yeah woops, sort of forgot to meditate? maybe why we went busto?

Mobility
N/A

Weight
96.8kg --> 96.5kg. Only 300g this week. Might need to drop calories so 2100 next week as I start to lean out. I have noticed considerable fat loss in my middle back and upper abdominals. Also starting to thin out around my face which is nice. Feeling much thinner but enjoying increased agility back in soccer also.

Poker Earnings
-$2103.69.39 AUD (-$1449.97 USD). Losing week? hello? wat is this..
Ran awful this week but somehow managed to mitigate the loses (hopefully meaning my WR is improving?). EV was fine (as per) however just an unbelievable amount of top of range into top of range and 2 outters. All in a days work and onto the next.

Week Recap

Learning alot about the population which is making me excited to see my WR over the next 200k hands at 500z. Also starting to realize how far people are from optimal the more I study SRP. Really concerned with 5k hands in a week after what I have been use to all year so I may need to reduce study to 1 hour per day. Felt as I played solid this week but probably made a few too many light call downs.

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Old 05-23-2019, 09:15 PM   #245
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I'm just here for moral support during what must be a difficult time (actually having a losing week)

I've thought a lot about study:work, I'm just going to give my $.02 here (and obviously you disagree), but since I know you like good discussion anyways I'll say what I have to say, and who knows - maybe you haven't given this a ton of thought.

At a certain point, where you're beating the games at a good clip (which you are CLEARLY at), you're wasting your time putting so much emphasis on studying rather than getting hands in, moving up, and pushing your edge.

This is the thing about poker - no matter how advanced you believe what you are studying is, what you're learning now will be common knowledge for every single reg a year from now, and the game will have evolved from what is is now. The best regs will just stay slightly ahead of the pool, and implement strategies to exploit what the pool is doing (because as long as humans play poker, there will always be stuff to exploit). Poker strat is ridiculously easy to learn, you'll always be able to catch up to the field just by watching what people are doing.

If I was your backer or invested in you I would be like wtf are you doing, you're not pushing your edge, and as your own biggest investor I think you should look at it like that too. You're young, you have a lot of energy, and you're relatively early on in your career. After a few years of grinding, you will most likely lose motivation, you'll get tired of poker, and you'll regret not having put in more hands earlier in your career. I know a good number of pros and ex pros and I would say outside of the ones who really DID put in the hours, almost every single one wishes they would have put in more effort in just getting hands in with their time early on.

Obv you don't think this way or you'd spend more time grinding, but I just thought I would offer my opinion. My situation is obv different because of the life derails, but I still can't help but think about how I could be retired a couple times over if I'd reprioritized my life at a younger age.

anyways gl brother

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Old 05-23-2019, 09:34 PM   #246
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I'm just here for moral support during what must be a difficult time (actually having a losing week)

I've thought a lot about study:work, I'm just going to give my $.02 here (and obviously you disagree), but since I know you like good discussion anyways I'll say what I have to say, and who knows - maybe you haven't given this a ton of thought.

At a certain point, where you're beating the games at a good clip (which you are CLEARLY at), you're wasting your time putting so much emphasis on studying rather than getting hands in, moving up, and pushing your edge.

This is the thing about poker - no matter how advanced you believe what you are studying is, what you're learning now will be common knowledge for every single reg a year from now, and the game will have evolved from what is is now. The best regs will just stay slightly ahead of the pool, and implement strategies to exploit what the pool is doing (because as long as humans play poker, there will always be stuff to exploit). Poker strat is ridiculously easy to learn, you'll always be able to catch up to the field just by watching what people are doing.

If I was your backer or invested in you I would be like wtf are you doing, you're not pushing your edge, and as your own biggest investor I think you should look at it like that too. You're young, you have a lot of energy, and you're relatively early on in your career. After a few years of grinding, you will most likely lose motivation, you'll get tired of poker, and you'll regret not having put in more hands earlier in your career. I know a good number of pros and ex pros and I would say outside of the ones who really DID put in the hours, almost every single one wishes they would have put in more effort in just getting hands in with their time early on.

Obv you don't think this way or you'd spend more time grinding, but I just thought I would offer my opinion. My situation is obv different because of the life derails, but I still can't help but think about how I could be retired a couple times over if I'd reprioritized my life at a younger age.

anyways gl brother
+1 to this. Obv keep studying as well, but the priority should be on getting in hands and saving as much money as you can while you can. Especially with the additional risks to online poker like bots/rake increases/software assistance etc.
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Old 05-23-2019, 10:18 PM   #247
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Massively massively disagree with this. If you're not studying every day and effectively neglecting off table work just to grind because you're +EV, at some point you're going to plateau in terms of ability. Maybe this is fine if you're like one of the top 5 players in the world or something but for people playing midstakes it's just a recipe for stagnation or regression to mediocrity imo.

I play like 1500 hands a day and still make on average 1-2 major mistakes and up to 10 minor mistakes everyday. And my EV winrate is like 3x what Scotty's is (sickbrag but my point is according to oladipo's point if I'm that +EV I should only be playing volume).

In the 1500 hands I play I tag 30-50 hands for review of which maybe ~10 are mistakes. If I'm not spending an hour a day and a couple hours a week with a coach, how am I supposed to address all these mistakes that I'm making? Again, fine if you're OTB or Llinus but for 99% of people I think this is a recipe for disaster. Not to mention the added mental fatigue you incur if you swap out your hour's study for an additional hour's volume.
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Massively massively disagree with this. If you're not studying every day and effectively neglecting off table work just to grind because you're +EV, at some point you're going to plateau in terms of ability. Maybe this is fine if you're like one of the top 5 players in the world or something but for people playing midstakes it's just a recipe for stagnation or regression to mediocrity imo.

I play like 1500 hands a day and still make on average 1-2 major mistakes and up to 10 minor mistakes everyday. And my EV winrate is like 3x what Scotty's is (sickbrag but my point is according to oladipo's point if I'm that +EV I should only be playing volume).

In the 1500 hands I play I tag 30-50 hands for review of which maybe ~10 are mistakes. If I'm not spending an hour a day and a couple hours a week with a coach, how am I supposed to address all these mistakes that I'm making? Again, fine if you're OTB or Llinus but for 99% of people I think this is a recipe for disaster. Not to mention the added mental fatigue you incur if you swap out your hour's study for an additional hour's volume.
I'm not sure if Oladipo was literally saying don't study at all. I feel like it's unlikely that's what he meant though. I think he was just saying that a 2:1 ratio of play to study isn't optimal when it comes to what the end goal is, which is wealth accumulation. No one will be able to actually know for sure what is the best ratio, but with the current direction the online landscape is trending I'd be pretty surprised if studying half as much as you play lead to the most $ accumulation on avg (assuming you are a decent player already).
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Yeah thx Tyman, I should have clarified -

I DEFINITELY don’t mean not study, every one should do it and I actually feel like my few hours a week is understudying. But yeah 2:1 studying:grind seems rly extreme to me.

Meale: i should also mention i thought Scotty was straight crushing his stakes
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Old 05-23-2019, 11:25 PM   #250
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I'm just here for moral support during what must be a difficult time (actually having a losing week)

I've thought a lot about study:work, I'm just going to give my $.02 here (and obviously you disagree), but since I know you like good discussion anyways I'll say what I have to say, and who knows - maybe you haven't given this a ton of thought.

At a certain point, where you're beating the games at a good clip (which you are CLEARLY at), you're wasting your time putting so much emphasis on studying rather than getting hands in, moving up, and pushing your edge.

This is the thing about poker - no matter how advanced you believe what you are studying is, what you're learning now will be common knowledge for every single reg a year from now, and the game will have evolved from what is is now. The best regs will just stay slightly ahead of the pool, and implement strategies to exploit what the pool is doing (because as long as humans play poker, there will always be stuff to exploit). Poker strat is ridiculously easy to learn, you'll always be able to catch up to the field just by watching what people are doing.

If I was your backer or invested in you I would be like wtf are you doing, you're not pushing your edge, and as your own biggest investor I think you should look at it like that too. You're young, you have a lot of energy, and you're relatively early on in your career. After a few years of grinding, you will most likely lose motivation, you'll get tired of poker, and you'll regret not having put in more hands earlier in your career. I know a good number of pros and ex pros and I would say outside of the ones who really DID put in the hours, almost every single one wishes they would have put in more effort in just getting hands in with their time early on.

Obv you don't think this way or you'd spend more time grinding, but I just thought I would offer my opinion. My situation is obv different because of the life derails, but I still can't help but think about how I could be retired a couple times over if I'd reprioritized my life at a younger age.

anyways gl brother
his ev bb is not beating the games at a good clip, plus he wants to move up to 1k eventually. study is more important than playing imo, really disagree with what you've said
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