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Old 05-05-2013, 04:32 AM   #126
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Re: straykatbluz 2013 MTT's - USING NUMBERS ON THE CARDS TO MAKE NUMBERS IN THE BANK

Good effort Mate. But i may suggest you focusing more in winning a weekly ANZ tournament leaderboard which gives u free tournament tickets. At the same time,, use ur FPPS to buy in for online tournies and try the steps in PS.. U can go all the way up to step 6 (did it 2x) and despite its tough as any grind, eventually u may get good tickets. Feel good, we are on may, new goals , new opportunities .
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Old 05-08-2013, 12:49 PM   #127
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Have started May off so badly. Only played 36 tournies for the month.
I messed up my sleeping pattern from watching these documentaries one night about the Westboro Baptist Church. I was up all night, just so interested in their lunacy that I couldn't go to sleep.

Since then I've been waking up at 1pm-2pm and trying to start a session between 11pm-1am when the good stuff starts on stars, because I know I can play until about 7/8am until I start getting tired.
And this is right... I don't get truly tired until 7/8am
BUT... what I've realized is that I just have such a lack of motivation to play after I've already been awake for that many hours. By 1am my body is just in night mode and I just want to watch a movie and go to bed even though I shouldn't be that tired yet because I woke up in the afternoon. I think it's the thought of "well I need to be ready to play for atleast 6 or 7 hours", and by 1am, when that thought crosses my mind, it's just so easy to convince myself to skip the session.

I need to get my body clock on the schedule I had a few weeks ago where I was waking up at midnight and starting at 1am. I really think it's the only way I'll get back to putting in volume.

3 nights in a row now I've planned on playing at 1am but every time it comes I end up convincing myself that I'll try again tomorrow.
I know it's the right decision because I really won't be able to play my best if I'm not feeling it 100%, and the worst thing I can do is force myself to play and then end up tilting or donking stacks off to go to bed...
but the even BETTER decision would be to sort my body clock out and stop wasting time I should be using to play.

It's not like I'm worn out from poker, or sick of it or anything, It's purely me deciding to give it a miss cause I don't feel up to it, and feel I won't play my best...
I can only change that by fixing my body clock, so that's the goal for tomorrow.
I'm going to wake up like normal, do some study and review, then force myself to sleep at about 4 or 5pm, then wake up at midnight and be good to go.
I definitely need to have this done as SCOOP is only a couple days away.



IN OTHER NEWS: I've still been doing a lot of poker stuff besides playing. I downloaded a whole chunk of videos off TPE which I signed up for (for the 2nd time) a couple weeks ago. I use to just watch the videos but lately I've started writing down notes in a word document on the side while I watch. I'm taking my time on the videos and rewinding certain spots, making sure I understand it properly and writing down the best points, instead of just trying to rush through all the content.
I'm doing the same with books (Harrington on Holdem 2 at the moment) by writing notes in a word document after every few chapters. I think it's a really good book but some of the advice is just obviously bad. I like to call it Donkington on Holdem. But back when it was written I guess it was the bee knees, and there's still some good stuff in there.

As I mentioned before, I've been getting into the whole Westboro Baptist Church thing. If you haven't heard about it I highly recommend you check out the Louis Theroux documentaries on it (or any Louis documentary for that matter). The family is just completely insane and it's kind of sad to think that their kids grow up not even knowing what the worlds really like. They're just brainwashed from birth by these absolute ****wits. It's pretty tilting.

I probably haven't mentioned before that I'm a huge movie freak aswell. I've got over 300 dvds and another three or four hundred on my portable hard drive which I have connected to my Tv in my room.
So I'll probably talk about movies a bit more often ITT from now on.
I watched In Time (Justin Timberlake, Amanada Seyfried), the other night for the 2nd time. I saw it at the movies when it first came out and liked it, but for some reason it was so much better on the 2nd viewing. I mean, it's Justin Timberlake so it can't be THAT good, but Seyfried is a babe and I found the idea of the whole "time/currency" thing really interesting. It had a few cheezy/gay moments but overall I really liked it.

A few hours ago I just finished watching Taken 2 (Liam Neeson). Eh. It was good. Nothing on the first one, but still good. I think they ended it really well. I didn't really think of what would happen AFTER he saved them again... until the end, when he realized the main bad guys son's were still going to try and get revenge eventually, even if he did kill everyone there. So it seemed like a fair ending when Liam Neeson offered the man his life in return for ending the fued, but it was a bit anti-climatic... until Neeson pulled his little trick with the gun, revealed the bad guys true intentions and finished him off. Again, cheezy, but overall a pretty good movie.

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Looking forward to SCOOP starting. Just recently got approved in the marketplace so might be selling some action to some events, not sure yet.
I've been approved by backers for all the Low ones obviously, including the $27 1R1A, and the 1mil guarenteed $215's, but there's some Medium KO's and Super KO's that I'm interested in playing, as well as a couple 109's, so I'll have a look over the schedule probably tomorrow and decide which exact ones I want to play/sell action for etc.

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Old 05-10-2013, 05:36 AM   #128
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Had a small session yesterday, played 15 tourneys on Stars.
Was planning on playing 30 or so but had a whole bunch of run deeps on at the same time and decided to focus and stop regging.

5th / 670 - $5.50 2R1A [5k gtd] - $530
10th / 651 - $5.50 2R1A [5k gtd]
16th / 296 - $16.50 8 max
13th / 909 - $8 1R1A (3.3k up top, lost 77 vs 66 for top 3 stack with 15 left, down to 10bbs after that)
69th / 646 - $21 Super KO ($70 worth of KOs)
253rd / 5875 - Big $8.80

Lots of deep runs but unfortunately no good scores. Feel I played really well and would've been a big day if a few other things went my way, but thats poker.
Ended up about $800 up for the day, so it was at least nice to get rid of some makeup.
Feels good to have a winning session after having not played for so long. My body clocks fixed and I'm ready for SCOOP
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Old 05-11-2013, 01:38 PM   #129
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Played the $5.50 2r1a tourney 3 times in the last 2 days.
Entrants from 610-680, I took a 5th, 10th and 14th. WTF does a guy have to do to ship something, sigh.

Gonna take today off and watch some videos, do a bit of reviewing and have lunch with the family for Mothers Day.

SCOOP tomorrow! Looking forward to it. Hopefully at some point this month I'll be posting a screenshot of a bink for many many thousands
Didn't play much at all for TCOOP so this is the first series I've played since ANZOPS, time for some heat to come back my way.

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Old 05-12-2013, 06:59 AM   #130
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gl mate, really hope u run well
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Old 05-12-2013, 03:06 PM   #131
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yo, firstly I wanted to wish u good runs in SCOOPs!

and got a question
what bankroll in your opinion is enough to start grind Stars MTTs ? for example buy ins 5$-20$. I'm asking because I'm not sure if grinding on Stars will require the same bankroll as on smaller sites (fields)
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Old 05-12-2013, 09:38 PM   #132
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yo, firstly I wanted to wish u good runs in SCOOPs!

and got a question
what bankroll in your opinion is enough to start grind Stars MTTs ? for example buy ins 5$-20$. I'm asking because I'm not sure if grinding on Stars will require the same bankroll as on smaller sites (fields)
Thanks guys, gl aswell!

To be honest I'm not really sure about bankroll management. Because I'm staked I just get reloads whenever I run out and I don't think the amount I get is necessarily a "roll" for my stakes.
But if I wasn't staked and I was doing a one time deposit for a roll, I'd probably do about $2000 to be comfortable and allow for variance.
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Old 05-15-2013, 12:38 AM   #133
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Only played about 10 tourneys today.
Started about 6am and stopped regging around 8am and decided to focus on the $11 and $109 SCOOPs.
I managed to cash in both:

L $11 - 911 / 20,045 (2700 cashed)

M $109 - 694 / 5,619 (720 cashed)
(AJ vs Q10 - x x J x Q)


Starting to do notes and swap HH's with an old friend of mine who recently joined my stable so going to spend the afternoon doing that and then maybe watch a few TPE videos.





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Old 05-15-2013, 01:30 AM   #134
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Old 05-18-2013, 04:50 AM   #135
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Have downloaded a bunch of new stuff to watch the last couple days so haven't been playing too much poker.
Got Family Guy season 11, the final season of The Office and a bunch of documentaries (serial killers, crime, drugs etc)

Think I'm going to skip the SCOOP 10 max shootout at 1:00am, get extra sleep and wake up around 7 or 8am and just play a normal session including the SCOOP $27 Zoom Turbo.
Have been playing $7 18 man turbos lately aswell, which seem so so soft, so going to be throwing some of them in when table count is low, aswell as having a session or two a day of just those and no MTTs. Think they could be a good thing to start playing often, especially when in makeup.

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Old 05-19-2013, 12:31 AM   #136
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Regged for a hyper on the side today while I went over some Hand Histories and did some reviewing... shippy shippy


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Old 05-19-2013, 12:35 AM   #137
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Old 05-20-2013, 12:21 AM   #138
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Had a small session today. Loaded up about 12 tournies and listened to some music.
Feel I played really well but no FT's unfortunately.

Cashes:
$11 [7.5k gtd] - 26 / 963 (super frustrating, AQ vs A8 and KQ. Both of them outflop me for top 5 stack)
$11 [1R1A] - 41 / 425
$5.50 [2R1A] - 29 / 264
$3.30R+ [3k gtd] - 58 / 564
$13.50 Turbo KO - 175 / 1171 (KK vs A10, 4 from the money - can guess what the river was)
$27 KO - finished about 20 from the money, think I made an average shove bvb

Don't usually play at this time of the day/these tournies, but I might do it more often to play the Big $27.50 and $55 Nightly 30k. Plus waking up at 10am is so much better than waking up at 2am.
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Old 05-29-2013, 07:25 PM   #139
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Been a while since I've updated.
Was being really lazy with poker up until a couple days ago.
Have spent the last 3 days putting in 9-12hr sessions every day and feel like I've got a new wind of motivation for the game again.

That said, I had some really devastating blows over the last 2 days.

I got 20th/3,200 in the Big $22, 10.8k ftw. Was getting into some levels with a guy and got 10's in against AK for a top 3 stack with 20 left.
Board runs out J high but he rivers a 4 card flush.
Really felt good about that tourney when it got down to final 3 tables and started getting excited about a potential 5 figure score. But it wasn't to be.

The next day I get 30th/5,500 in the Big $8. $6.8 ftw.
Guy makes a ridiculous call with 99 and holds against my AQ.

Really bummed me out to lose pair vs overs, then overs vs pair, wrong side of the coin both times. And both times were for top 3 stack.
Pretty broke at the moment money wise and in a bit of makeup, and a deep place in either of those tournies would've really solved all my money worries at the moment so was pretty devastating.

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SCOOP was very average. Missed a bunch of events due to a wrecked body clock (worst timing of the year).
But played well in the events I did play and cashed in a few things, so probably break evenish for the series events.

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Not going to bother doing a May review for this month because it was such a crap month, not necessarily $$$ wise, but just didn't play much and felt really unmotivated. Would rather forget the month and move on to June.

Am going to do a big post tomorrow recapping over the year so far and outlining some new goals for the rest of the year to keep me motivated.
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Old 05-29-2013, 08:31 PM   #140
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Just get playing. Ensure u play at least 5 days a week solid. Nothing like a good work ethic to ensure eventual success and u don't need to look no further than Alen for that. Don't bank hopes on only big scores. Play consistently, you''ll make money doing so. All the little scores add up too. Don't let the swings affect your play or your mood. I'm seeing a pattern of u going through stretches of being un motivated and not playing. I know you follow Lipo's thread. If ur losing, that should motivate u to play more and work harder to get out of it, not the other way around. Big scores will come on their own as long as you put in the time. Nothing beats experience with regards to poker. The more you play, the better you become. Don't waste too much time on other stuff. And make sure you get solid sessions in and that you're playing super focused during those sessions. Things will turn around fosho. GL.
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well said and +1. grinding is the key and try to not attach your mood/webeing to the end results of individual sessions. try to focus on constantly finding new areas and aspects of your game to work hard on and dont get lazy.
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Just get playing. Ensure u play at least 5 days a week solid. Nothing like a good work ethic to ensure eventual success and u don't need to look no further than Alen for that. Don't bank hopes on only big scores. Play consistently, you''ll make money doing so. All the little scores add up too. Don't let the swings affect your play or your mood. I'm seeing a pattern of u going through stretches of being un motivated and not playing. I know you follow Lipo's thread. If ur losing, that should motivate u to play more and work harder to get out of it, not the other way around. Big scores will come on their own as long as you put in the time. Nothing beats experience with regards to poker. The more you play, the better you become. Don't waste too much time on other stuff. And make sure you get solid sessions in and that you're playing super focused during those sessions. Things will turn around fosho. GL.
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well said and +1. grinding is the key and try to not attach your mood/webeing to the end results of individual sessions. try to focus on constantly finding new areas and aspects of your game to work hard on and dont get lazy.
Very well said. Cheers man, think I needed to hear something like that.
Agree with everything you have both said and now just gotta make sure I apply it.


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On that note...
Today started off really horrid but finished well with two FT's.



This is probably one of the toughest fields I've FT'd. Think this is like my 4th or 5th biggest score so was really nice. Today there seemed to be lots of really good regs left, as you can see from the blue tags.
I lost a huge pot for the chiplead with 19 left. KK vs 77. 7 on flop. Safe to say I was pretty devo, but managed to just keep focusing, stayed agro and built my stack up again.

Lost AQ to A7 with 9 left and actually screamed out aloud "ARE YOU ****ING KIDDING ME", but then got the chips back next hand AQ vs A6 against the same guy, THANK GOD.
Trapped dadowiec in a sick hand 3 handed and got to snap off for all da chippies on the turn with JJ against 23o on 9 2 J 9 - that was pretty sick.

Entered heads up with 4 mil to 2 mil and somehow lost against a guy who's biggest cash was $500. Just ran extremely card dead but found it easy to pick up on how he was playing.
He would raise any limp I made and would always float flop and fold turn. But eventually I just got really really card dead and couldn't even get involved to use that info to my advantage.
NEK MINNUT the stacks have reversed from a couple coolers and runner runner two pairs for him against top pair, and he'd shown that he would make really bad calls when shoved on so I switched it up and started limp shoving and 3 bet shoving against him. Got it in AK against K8 and had 3.6 to 2.4, then got it in KQhh vs A10o for the win but didn't connect.
Then final hand, for 4mil against 2mil

J5 vs J9

on 7 8 5

Yeah, he called it off for the win with J9 double gutterball
Board:

7 8 5 J 7


Pretty brutal for $800ish but whatever

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Finished up the day with 4th in the $8.80 6 max. Tried making a move on a 4 spade board against elpollaco but he owned me, gg sir. He also FT'd the 8c.
Got my last 15bigs in with KJ, guy wakes up with KK and that was that.




All in all really happy with how the day went and makeup has shrunk from 3k to about $400. Time to start making some $$$ for myself.
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Big shoutout to Adi the "Donkab0mber" who just made the Sunday Milly FT 2/9. TID GL!
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Big shoutout to Adi the "Donkab0mber" who just made the Sunday Milly FT 2/9. TID GL!
2nd for 168k. so crazy. GG!
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Wooot!! Doesn't even have a thread so gonna gratz him here:

GRATZZZZ
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haha Thnx guys Feels totally surreal. Finally sunk in
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Old 06-03-2013, 03:36 AM   #148
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Good luck with your goals.
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Have been lazy with posting lately, but haven't been lazy with poker.
Have been having 10-12hr sessions for the last few days, without any good scores.
Seemed to have been going through some phase this month where I just never min cash, and when I get close I constantly get 2 or 3 outered or coolered right before the money.
Therefore make up started getting biggish again, but didn't let it affect my play.

Woke up at midnight ready to do it all again today and started off with a score:



Lost A5 vs J10 against shorty in the final 4 for chiplead.
Then busted A4 vs 88 and got 4th.
Sucks to get so close to potential biggest score ever, but can't complain at $2.3k.

Makeups really small now, about $500, gonna get rid of that this week and start makin da benjamins for myself.

Def have my passion for the game back and am back in the groove of playing everyday. Will be posting in here again more regularly from now on.

GL everyone
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Hey mate, it's Colby. Keep crushing.
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