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Old 02-13-2019, 04:19 AM   #51
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Whatís the name of the restaurant youíre going to work at? You should def keep blogging while youíre working there. Food blogs > poker blogs haha
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Also would be nice if you write a bit more about the days/struggles/successes at the restaurants you work in. Good luck!
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Old 02-14-2019, 02:12 AM   #52
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I would also be incredibly interested to hear about your chef experience.
Yeah? I will definitely write about it here then.

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Congrats on the new job, that is exciting What is your position in the kitchen right now? I thought you were the chef, but you mention "your chef" in the last post...
Thanks! I'm the Executive Sous Chef at a luxury brand hotel in San Francisco. Idk how familiar you are with the kitchen system but sous is French for "under", which means that I am under the Executive Chef. Kind of like a president/vice president thing. I spent almost my entire cooking career in fine dining prior to getting sober and deciding to go the corporate route; now although the money and schedule are nice, I know it's not for me.

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Any chance you're coming to London?
Ha, good guess, but no. I'm actually of British descent and am a big fan of Heston, Marco, and some other British chefs

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Also would be nice if you write a bit more about the days/struggles/successes at the restaurants you work in. Good luck!
Yeah I mean I totally can do this, I figured no one really reads my blog so I just kept it poker/fitness related. If people are interested in "the life", I can certainly write about it.

I'm in charge of the Banquet kitchen at my hotel; banquets are where hotels do most of their F&B revenue. We have room service, a restaurant, and a bar as well. I was in charge of those before I got promoted from Sous Chef to Executive Sous Chef, and now I'm in Banquets. I hate it but it's where the money is and I wanted to learn how to do it anyways in case I ever go catering route or whatever. I've got a team of ~25 cooks and ~10 dishwashers. Today we did two lunches of 50 and 100, 2 buffet-style dinners for 20 and 28, and a plated dinner for 174 for a big sales group staying with us for the week - hence me just getting home @ 9pm.

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What’s the name of the restaurant you’re going to work at? You should def keep blogging while you’re working there. Food blogs > poker blogs haha
For now, I'm going to keep it to myself as I want to keep somewhat private until I'm physically there. It will be obvious once I am there though and I'll have no problem telling the thread. Since we've PM'd each other, if you REALLY want to know, I'll PM you it but I'd appreciate it if it stays under wraps until I get there.

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Caught some well-deserved heat 75k hands into my sample @ the 500 games after running absymally in my shots there before.

Have adjusted strat to what people are doing for the most part; I will have to get pio (and most likely coaching) at some point as I can see the skill and knowledge gap between me and the very good regs. However, there are enough people making enough mistakes that I can definitely eke out a few BB/100 @ 500

**I didn't see my mouse hovering over the # of hands at 500nl - that's 5,600 hands

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Old 02-14-2019, 03:50 AM   #53
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Very nice winrate so far

Are you still actually cooking as a Executive Sous Chef or just leading the team? What does your typical day look like?
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Old 02-15-2019, 11:33 PM   #54
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Had a tough day at the tables today, want to implement a couple things for my days off.

- I need to set a schedule. Otherwise I play sesssions that are too long.
- Set timers for every time I grind, and unless I"m running great or in a great game, end when the timer is up.

I filled out Bluffthespot's coaching app to hopefully buy some coaching, but it froze at the end when I hit "submit" so not sure if it went thru. Will prob just PM Mixgrill if I don't hear from them in a day or two.

Have a week off of work coming up so I will be getting lots of hands in. I've established 200 as the game I want to play and I'm winning there so far at an ok clip (honestly I feel I beat that game for 8bb's+ if I wasn't tired from my real job all the time), so I will stick to it and 500 from here on out.

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Old 02-16-2019, 02:26 AM   #55
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Congrats on getting sober. How long have you been sober? Do you still attend meetings?
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Old 02-16-2019, 12:17 PM   #56
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Very nice winrate so far

Are you still actually cooking as a Executive Sous Chef or just leading the team? What does your typical day look like?
Thanks! Winrate would be better if I could play energized more often but it is what it is.

I still do a pretty good amount of cooking in my position, but that's more because A)I prefer to cook and B) the size of my hotel. Most exec sous's in my company don't cook much.

Typical day:

Today I'll head in in an hour and check on breakfast in the restaurant and walk the buffet to make sure it's clean and filled because we've received a couple complaints about that recently. I'll go to my office, then do payroll for the week. Then today we have a small dinner party that won't be prepped because I was off yesterday, so I will start cooking the food for that. Our banquet menus are 10 years old (I've been trying to change them since I got here) so there is a stupid amount of prep for each menu, so even though it's a small party it still takes time. Then check on lunch upstairs (Exec Chef is off on weekends), come back down, go through all the event orders for next week, order all the bread, proteins, and produce for the upcoming week, and then type up daily prep lists for each day. Then focus on the party, cook the food for it, put it in the right vessels, send it up in a "hotbox" (cart with wheels that takes banquet food back and forth) and make sure they don't call for any backup food. Then I'll check around the different areas - dishwashing areas mostly - and I'll try to get out of there early (no deliveries on Sunday so I don't need to make the usual orders).

Epic rostucko this morning as I type this, been running LOL but fighting thru it

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Old 02-16-2019, 12:27 PM   #57
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Congrats on getting sober. How long have you been sober? Do you still attend meetings?
Thanks a lot. Was hell but I'm so thankful for it now.

2019 is 3rd year sober. Yes I go to meetings, 1 a week or so. It's obv helpful and necessary for some but just a small part of the sobriety picture for me

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Old 02-16-2019, 01:22 PM   #58
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Thanks! I'm the Executive Sous Chef at a luxury brand hotel in San Francisco. Idk how familiar you are with the kitchen system but sous is French for "under", which means that I am under the Executive Chef. Kind of like a president/vice president thing. I spent almost my entire cooking career in fine dining prior to getting sober and deciding to go the corporate route; now although the money and schedule are nice, I know it's not for me.
Thx for the answer bro Yes I am familiar with kitchens (was sous-chef/chef in northern Canada in a 170 room hotels for the Alaskan Holland-America cruises), with alcohol - ehhhh, kitchens - and French (am French Canadian), but have now been playing poker professionally for 8 years (and man I don't miss the kitchen ). Anyhow, I have been enjoying your thread, most specifically the kitchen work aspect of it (only thread on 2 + 2 that explores a little the kitchen world...).

Oh yeah man, I wrote this a few years ago that I think you might enjoy/relate to : https://forumserver.twoplustwo.com/s...&postcount=264

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Old 02-18-2019, 06:29 PM   #59
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Interesting OP, congratulations on being sober and making the return to poker. Best of luck on the grind man!
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Old 02-18-2019, 06:37 PM   #60
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Would you mind explaining how one would go about starting to meditate? I am very interested in starting and would like to follow your lead by doing so when I first wake up.
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Old 02-18-2019, 06:52 PM   #61
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Would you mind explaining how one would go about starting to meditate? I am very interested in starting and would like to follow your lead by doing so when I first wake up.

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Iíd recommend the Headspace app. Thereís a lot of free content and perfect for beginners imo. Primed mind app is also good but itís mostly guided meditation.
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Old 02-18-2019, 07:56 PM   #62
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def in here, wish you GL!
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Old 02-18-2019, 08:49 PM   #63
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really nice blog! will definetly follow. Am in hospitality too and really enjoy the writing about the restaurant!
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Old 02-19-2019, 11:27 AM   #64
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Find a comfortable position where it's quiet, and just breathe, man! Then how I'd describe it as "watching" my thoughts, because they will flood in, and I just keep breathing, and while I don't care about the thoughts that enter my head, I just try to bring my thinking back to my breathing and the room around me, where I'm at, basically just focusing on what my direct physical world is during that meditation.

With all due respect to different types of meditation, I think using an app or guided meditation takes away from what meditation should be about, which is focusing on the present. I'm sure that everyone thinks their way is the best way, but I tried a BUNCH of different types of meditation and this makes the most sense to me, is the most effective, and now I really look forward and get a lot out of it where in the past it was a struggle I'd eventually lose. Anyways GL, I'm by no means an expert, although I do think this is superior to what I've found in the past. I feel better, more clear, less anxious, and more organized that I've ever been directly because of meditation.

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really nice blog! will definetly follow. Am in hospitality too and really enjoy the writing about the restaurant!
Cool I'll continue to write about it then. I am taking a week for vacation but actually I just bought my plane ticket to Europe yesterday - leaving June 25th. My girlfriend and I will bounce around Europe for a week and a half and my job starts July 9th.

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Another week of getting prison raped by variance at my 500nl shots but happy to have reached the 10k mark in AIEV winnings. I am like 15 bi's below EV in my small sample there so it is what it is, obviously I'd have liked it to go differently but for now I'll just be playing 200 until I have another 5k or so in winnings.

It really bothers me that I only am a slight winner in 35k hands of 200 zone, I know the games are better than that. So I also took various steps towards improving my play, including:

- reaching out for coaching (I think I found one) that I will start in Mid-March. I hit up the BTS guys but I wasn't aware of the facts that (A) it was only coaching for profit and (B) that it was at least a 12 month contract. Although I am sure their coaching is probably as good as it gets, I am just looking to pay by the hour for individualized coaching. I'm already beating my games so to split my profits for a year seems like a bad decision for me. Not to mention I know that a good number of my leaks can be easily fixed once I find them. I don't want to get in a situation where I agree to a 12 month contract, fix my leaks right away, and then spent 11 months wanting to be out of the contract while I split my profits.

- reaching out for people to study with. This will be as helpful as anything.

As I get closer to 100k hands, I have to say I've gotten a ton better as a player since the beginning. I do think I need to do 2 main things better starting now:

- tighten up, again. Although I've lowered my vpip I'm still defending the BB really wide to CO and BTN 2x raises and calling in multiway pots too often and idk if it's worth it with the rake, I don't know how to do the math properly. I have a positive redline which I know negates some of it but with the high rake it might be better altogether to just toss my hands.

- stop hero calling in 3bet pots. Population underbluffs.

Another thing, I'll be heading to LA in March and will be playing some at the Commerce while I'm there, last time I was there I ran bad but the games were amazing.

That's all from me, looking forward to getting a bunch of hands in this week while I'm off so will hopefully have 100k hands by next week!

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Old 02-19-2019, 12:08 PM   #65
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Thx for the answer bro Yes I am familiar with kitchens (was sous-chef/chef in northern Canada in a 170 room hotels for the Alaskan Holland-America cruises), with alcohol - ehhhh, kitchens - and French (am French Canadian), but have now been playing poker professionally for 8 years (and man I don't miss the kitchen ). Anyhow, I have been enjoying your thread, most specifically the kitchen work aspect of it (only thread on 2 + 2 that explores a little the kitchen world...).

Oh yeah man, I wrote this a few years ago that I think you might enjoy/relate to : https://forumserver.twoplustwo.com/s...&postcount=264

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Forgot to respond to this. Thanks for this, I already am following your blog. You make it sound much more romantic than I ever could!
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Old 02-21-2019, 08:04 PM   #66
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Just sent you a PM about BB defense vs late position 2x sizing.

TLDR of it is is.... your'e supposed to be defending really wide vs that sizing, and rake doesn't have as large of an impact on it as once thought.
^^^only talking about HU pots, not referring to multi-way here.
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Old 02-21-2019, 10:57 PM   #67
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Meditation starts monday. Thanks for the tips, I will let you know how it goes. I will not be using any apps just me myself and I in deep thought -)
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Old 02-28-2019, 01:49 PM   #68
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12/28/19

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Figured I'd throw my cumulative graph up in addition to my normal stats this time around since I think I'll be transferring over to HEM2 here soon for coaching.

Everything has gone well and I'll be playing only 500nl and up from here on out. I'm having some technical difficulties getting PT4/HEM2 to work correctly on a Mac but will be asking around and hopefully will have that figured out soon; I've played this whole sample w/out a HUD and like my good friend said I'm just leaving money on the table.

My hourly at 500 is most likely going to make it worth quitting my job; however, I want to wait until I have a solid sample to take any risks and quit earlier than my expected date (June). Plus, it's nice to have insurance (and a guaranteed $1,035/week after tax) in the meantime in order to get dental and medical stuff taken care of before I leave the country. I apparently need to get traveler's insurance so I need to figure out how to do that, lived abroad for a long time but never had it since healthcare was so relatively cheap.

I got a RIO sub and have been getting a lot of the (now 3) vids I've watched. Any coach recommendations would be much appreciated as one was a complete waste of time, it was this insufferable little English guy who just doesn't know that much about poker and I couldn't believe was even a coach tbh. That being said I am sure that is a rarity as the other videos were chock full of valuable information that I've immediately implemented into my overall gameplan. I'm also slowly building a good circle of fellow players/good guys; besides hard work my poker circle was the single biggest attributing factor to my success and I will continue to make myself open to building friendships with likeminded (driven) people.

LIFE

Everything else is going well, my workouts are going great atm. I started putting 2 muscle groups together to get a superset/cardio thing going on, and my overall energy levels and the quality of my workouts are both higher than before. I really am craving some jiu jitsu in my life but between poker and job I don't have enough time.

I got approved for new credit cards and have my score up above 700, which for me is a huge accomplishment. When I got sober it was around a 500 and I had stuff in collections and zero good credit history and I'm proud to have paid everything off and then some in a couple years. All in all a lot of people enter their mid-thirties in some debt and I try to look at it like that; otherwise I'll just sit here and beat myself up for being 36 and not having my sh*t together.

That's about all I can think of for now, I have a group of ~150 in the hotel rn, they are eating breakfast lunch and dinner every day and this week's been a grind because of it. I'm stoked to be playing 500 and honestly should be approaching it with better energy (I've forced myself to play some sessions tired just to get hands in), but that will probably just be the case until I have more time. As long as I have a positive wr and I'm not burning the candle too hard I don't care too much about how I get there tbh; I have heard through some friends 1k plays similarly to 500 on most sites and if that's the case I'll be playing there by the time I leave for Europe if all goes as planned. I do have 4 days off starting Saturday so I will be grinding straight through those days and I'm excited for it.

GL at the tables boys

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Old 02-28-2019, 07:11 PM   #69
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Just found the blog, great resultats, keep it up!

On which sites are you playing? Also interested in the good RIO coaches you found. I am considering getting a membership as well.

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Old 03-03-2019, 11:42 PM   #70
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3/3/19

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Just a short write up here as I approach 100k hands. 500 is going well even though I'm still not running great and I will for sure be playing at least 500 going forward, I am 100% confident of my edge in the games. I'm up another 5 buyins or so over the last 30 hours since that graph, the weekend games were very good.

I've been watching a LOT of RIO vids and I have improved a lot just since subscribing; a couple of the coaches put in a lot of work there and it's a really amazing resource. I've really been enjoying seeing where PIO deviates from the exploitative strategies that I implement that I know print in my games; I still want to commit a lot of solver play to memory because as I move up, people will be deviating less, and I'll have to work on balancing more and playing a "correct" strategy.

However, it's never been more apparent to me that until everyone figures out how to play perfectly, I will continue to be effective in finding things in their games to exploit. It was a big reason for my HU success and it's good to know that I am still capable of learning/adjusting.

Not much else to report, just going to keep grinding. I have another 18 buyins almost exactly until I start shotting 1k, so I want to get there as fast as I can. I'd like to be an established 1k reg at
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....the time I leave for Europe in June.

GL at the tables

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Old 03-05-2019, 11:59 AM   #72
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nice results - what site is this OP?
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Thanks, appreciate it. Iím on Ignition
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Old 03-06-2019, 09:05 PM   #74
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3/6/2019


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I said that 200k hands was going to be when I judged whether or not I am confident enough to go forward with sticking with poker full time again, and I'm halfway there. I started this in December so by the time I leave in June I will have my answer for sure. Knock on wood obviously but I am happy with my results so far.

The EV graph says it all, obviously it's no fun being 15 bi's below ev in 25k hands when you first move up to a stake, but I'll curb my mental midget tendencies and just be happy with my play and results.

I have improved a ton in the past week through RIO vids. I've probably watched a total of around 12-15 vids, created folders for each, took notes, and really paid attention, and can say with complete sincerity I immediately improved as a result. Starting into this I basically had no PIO knowledge and was actually even doing some things completely wrong on certain textures and in a couple specific common situations. I can already see the result in my edge in my pool and I'm really thankful to a couple of the coaches there for putting in the time to put out good content. I was able to pick up on some things I am missing out on and also realize some stuff that I figured out and am incorporating that they are not, which gives me confidence going forward.

LIFE

Workouts are at an all time high, other than that just trying to really push hard with getting hands in until June. Pretty much over my full time job but keeping it for now, until I put together consistent weeks where I am making significantly more than my job I will keep it. I also have a couple nagging injuries I may use my insurance to try to take care of before I leave.

GL at the tables

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Old 03-10-2019, 01:17 PM   #75
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3/10/19

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I've really improved a lot in the last couple weeks, I definitely have RIO to thank for that. I'm really enjoying the learning process, sometimes it blows me away how much I have to learn.

Took my first 1k shots yesterday, pleasantly surprised at what I found but ran quite bad...Could feel the jitters from jumping up so it will be good to work those out and find a winrate there, I am confident in my edge in those games from what I saw.

Everything else good, GL at the tables

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