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Old 12-01-2017, 04:47 AM   #26
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Re: Time to learn PLO!


November


1. 110h of play [X] - 128h;
2. 40h of study [X] - 48h;
3. Improve my study efficiency (gonna be tough to evaluate) [ ] - Probably failed. I got in my hours, bet efficiency is far from perfect.;
4. 20 workouts (running / swimming / core - everything counts) [ ] - 12. Was probably set unrealisticaly as it's off season with no competitions or motivation whatsoever;
5. 150 pages of non poker related literature [X] - 153. It just so happened that number was set just to finish the book I had started;
6. Improve my sleeping habits (wake up earlier) in order to "get **** done" till 6pm [X] - Waking up a bit past 8am (switching to winter time helped). Games start to run at 10am, so there isn't a big need to wake up earlier than that.

So I failed with my goal.

1. Real hand count is ~42k.



2. Stakes



1. Wanted to be just a winning reg at PLO50 in Nov, so that I achieved with my 2.7 bb/100 EV. What you cannot see in graph/stake breakdown is that I dropped 1000 bb's playing PLO50 HU in just 3k hands while running extremely poor. 80% of those were vs whales and my expectation would be to be up some 3-500 bb's in those hands. Discarding that - I crushed PLO50 3h-6h with 6.5bb/100 EV.

2. Feeling confident at 3-6 handed games (last month most of winnings came from HU, and was BE/slight winning player apart HU).

3. My biggest winning month ever $ wise (post RB).

4. Was running poorly all month apart last week when the heat was insane.

Goals for December:

1) 110h of play (gonna take days off (maybe even full week) for Christmas / New Year) [ ];

2) 40h of study [ ];

3) 15 work outs [ ];

4) 150 pages of non poker related literature [ ].

Gl to everyone! PLO100 - I'm coming!
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Old 01-02-2018, 07:59 AM   #27
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Re: Time to learn PLO!

December review:


1) 110h of play (gonna take days off (maybe even full week) for Christmas / New Year) [ ]; 85h

2) 40h of study [ ]; 30h

3) 15 work outs [X]; 15

4) 150 pages of non poker related literature [X] 157 pages.

Failed pretty hard with my play/study goals. Underestimated number of days I'd be taking off, but that cannot be an excuse - fail is a fail nonetheless.

1) Graph, probably ~30k hands.



2) Stakes;



+ made ~250eur in HU hypers using my non cashable loyalty points.

1) Just as previous month, lost a bunch playing HU while 3-6h wr is still solid at ~6bb/100.

2) Failed with overall 2017 goal to play PLO100, but came super close - would be playing it unless Christmas break. Good news - I'll be playing PLO100 since today, so just 2 days late.

3) Improved well in those areas I set out to improve.

Overall my PLO project has been success so far - 2018 gonna be big for me! It must be.

January goals:

1) 130h of play [ ];
2) 40h of study [ ];
3) 15 work outs [ ];
4) 175 pages of non poker related literature [ ];
5) Adjust my routine to PLO100 pool (games are not running in mornings) - 30h of play past 6pm (my timezone) [ ].

Will add in overall 2018 goals as well later today.
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Old 01-02-2018, 10:30 AM   #28
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Subbed!
What material did you use to study at first? (plo noob)
And do you mind saying what stable you are playing for?
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Old 01-02-2018, 01:45 PM   #29
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Subbed!
What material did you use to study at first? (plo noob)
And do you mind saying what stable you are playing for?
gl
I bought PLO University, but it doesn't cover tons of situations, so that + investing in coaching / mentoring would be a good start. There's a lot of free sh it around that will eat away your time. For me the main improvement actually isn't poker related - it's goal setting and dealing with procrastination / performance anxiety that had held me back for too long.
About stable name - I want to stay off the grid, so not gonna reveal.

Played PLO100 for the first time and played (lost) my new biggest pot ever! But so far level doesn't seem much different than PLO50.

Goals 2018

1. Positive EV win rate at PLO200 (preferably higher);
2. Move around the Globe starting from October (lenght of stay depending on visa policy);
3. Learn to cook 2 new meals a month (or TOT 24);
4. Attend 1 clultural event a month (or TOT of 12);
5. Learn my 4th language (Spanish seems a decent pick regarding goal number 2);
6. Read 2100 pages of non poker related literature.


There probably gonna be more, but these are 6 hard goals that I will aim for. No monetary / volume goals. I'll set volume goal for each month individually. Only 1 goal is poker related, yet they are all related ultimately. 2018 is when I make my breakthrough!
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Old 01-02-2018, 02:18 PM   #30
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Re: Time to learn PLO!

subbed ! Very interesting for me who want to start playing PLO seriously and beginning at plo5. Any advice for a beginner ? GL in 2018
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Old 01-02-2018, 06:04 PM   #31
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subbed ! Very interesting for me who want to start playing PLO seriously and beginning at plo5. Any advice for a beginner ? GL in 2018
Thanks! And good to hear that this thread interests anyone.

I'm a beginer myself but here are 3 pointers:
1. Play in room with lowest rake and find a decent RB deal;
2. Don't mass table;
3. Get odds oracle or similar soft and play with numbers / scenarios a lot.
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Old 02-01-2018, 07:58 AM   #32
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Re: Time to learn PLO!

January review

1) 130h of play [ ]; 103h
2) 40h of study [X]; 41h
3) 15 work outs [ ]; 14
4) 175 pages of non poker related literature [X]; 360 pages
5) Adjust my routine to PLO100 pool (games are not running in mornings) - 30h of play past 6pm (my timezone) [X] 35h.

1) Graph, ~35k hands



2) Stakes (again, hands are x 2 and a bit more) (+1 BI missing from PLO100 as got disconnected in hand)



+ ~100e from HU hypers

As you can see, finally hit a ****ty month. Been pretty smooth sail so far, so this was just to be expected. Running well in all ins / having aids run at 50 instead of 100 are really nice of course.

Had some burn out / lost motivation mid month (~10k hand in graph), did a lot of auto pilot play and I cannot beat these games yet when doing that.

But yeah, overall just saw nuts everywhere and getting unfortunate rivers. What can you do.

Excluding mornings / playing evenings is pretty terrible. Both for productivity and actualy having a life outside poker.

Even though this month was bad, still made decent money (I don't live in 1st world country, so even 1k/month is really good). And had my first ever +1k day!

February goals:


1) 120h play [ ];
2) 40h study [ ];
3) 15 work outs [ ];
4) 150 pages of literature [ ];

Gonna be a wild month one way or another as I'll be adding another room and therefore having 80%+ of my action at PLO100!
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Old 02-24-2018, 06:13 PM   #33
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How is it going?
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Old 02-24-2018, 06:58 PM   #34
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How is it going?
Decent update coming in a couple of days, but as a teaser - been enjoying 55 BI downswing this year. And still winning.
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Old 03-01-2018, 07:46 AM   #35
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Re: Time to learn PLO!

February

1) 120h play [X]; 122
2) 40h study [X]; 44
3) 15 work outs [X]; 16
4) 150 pages of literature [ ]; 102

(real hand count is ~35k)




+100e from HU hypers

So, what happened was that my downswing that started in mid-January continued and I found myself 2k eur in hole. I cannot blame variance for that - I also was doing a lot of autopiloting on top, which resulted me playing (RFI'ing) really nittty and therefore bleeding EV.

We detected the problem, I dropped to PLO50 at Party just to get stats on myself and really crushed that stake. Then moved back to 100 for most part, won a bit there but then my upswing came to an end.

Anyway, still making profit after 55 BI downswing and being 2k in a hole, I cannot complain!

March goals:

1) 120h play / 40h study;
2) Don't play session longer than 90' unless there is an extraordinary whale;
3) Quit playing if feeling tired / losing focus (browsing internet on other screen etc);
4) 15 work outs;
5) 150 pages of literature.

I improved my A game A TON last month and I believe that I can truly crush PLO100 line ups when I'm playing my best game. Therefore, making sure I play my A game is cruicial. No snap decisions that I don't think thru is the main habit to cut down.

I might start updating this thread more regulary if there is an interest. I assumed (and probably correctly) that no one would give a **** about microstakes, so now at PLO100 there should be more traction. Will see.

GL everyone!
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Old 03-01-2018, 04:49 PM   #36
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How is micrograming compared to party? softer games at party?
GL!
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Old 03-01-2018, 06:20 PM   #37
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How is micrograming compared to party? softer games at party?
GL!
It's hard to tell, really. So much depends on actual line up and how much effort you are willing to put into table selecting. Both rooms are beatable but you have to keep in mind rake situation.
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Old 03-08-2018, 04:09 PM   #38
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Quiz time - can you guess my flop equity? (top set + fd + sd blocker)

0.50/$1 Pot Limit Omaha Hi

Stacks:
UTG ($237.33BB) 237bb
UTG+1 ($208.97BB) 209bb
CO Hero ($142.91BB) 143bb
BTN ($70.83BB) 71bb
SB ($99BB) 99bb
BB ($104.02BB) 104bb

Pre-Flop: (1.5BB, 6 players) Hero is CO Q 9 3 Q
UTG raises to 3.5BB, UTG+1 calls 3.5BB, Hero calls 3.5BB, BTN calls 3.5BB, 1 fold, BB calls 2.5BB
Flop: J 7 Q ($18BB, 5 players)

BB checks, UTG checks, UTG+1 bets 14.5BB, Hero calls 14.5BB, BTN goes all-in 67.33BB, BB folds, UTG calls 67.33BB, UTG+1 goes all-in 205.47BB, Hero calls 124.91BB, UTG calls 138.14BB

Turn: J ($635.68BB, 4), 2 all-in
River: 2 ($635.68BB, 4), 2 all-in

Final Pot: $635.68BB
BTN shows
5 4 7 7
UTG shows
10 K 9 A
UTG+1 shows
J 5 J K
Hero shows
Q 9 3 Q

UTG+1 wins $632.68BB (net +$423.71BB)

BTN lost $70.83BB
BB lost $3.5BB
UTG lost $208.97BB
Hero lost $142.91BB

Spoiler:
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Old 03-10-2018, 02:12 AM   #39
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How is the month going so far? Playing mostly plo100?
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Old 03-10-2018, 06:48 AM   #40
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Yeah close to 100% PLO100 and I'm pretty much BE so far this month pre RB. I made more than a few spews so far and should have been up 3-5 BI I guess. But it's okay, I'm learning.
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Old 03-29-2018, 10:18 AM   #41
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MARCH

As I'm done with the month and about to leave for my Easter holidays, I may as well update.

1) 120h play / 40h study; [ ] 95h/34h
2) Don't play session longer than 90' unless there is an extraordinary whale; [X]
3) Quit playing if feeling tired / losing focus (browsing internet on other screen etc); [X]
4) 15 work outs; [X] 18 (planned)
5) 150 pages of literature. [ ] I'm at 100 with 3 more days do go. Unlikely gonna hit..

1) Graph - total hand count is ~25k



2) Stakes ( it's 3k$ profit btw)



1) Failed with my volume goals.
2) Was frustrated for most of the month. My mental game is where I can improve the most. I didn't reach my volume goals due to these mental issues.
3) Made an effort to be focused at tables - closed my tabs at 2nd screen as soon I realized I had opened fb/etc. Also played fewer tables in general - just 3-4, sometimes even 2 tabling. I'm not looking to extract the most EV out of my play time just yet - I want to keep improving my game and move up! When I settle in stake, then I can start adding extra tables. But for now - play my best and gain confidence!
4) Got lazy with studying - not enough my own calcs. Must change my study time back in favour of cals > videos.
5) With 8bb/100 EV at PLO100 I'm finally confident that I CAN and ALREADY AM crushing this limit! There are still a lot to improve, but that's a neverending cycle. A couple more tweaks and I WILL CRUSH PLO200 in no time!

Couple of things I've noticed I do when my mental game is off:

1) I oversleep. Not setting alarm and not getting out of my bed. Which leads to feeling tired all day ---> not playing A game ---> MORE FRUSTRATION;
2) Not studying after bad days. Feeling "**** poker" and not pushing myself to put in daily study hours. And if I do, they are low quality hours.
3) I'm still struggling with my performance anxiety - I tend to play longer hours (full schedule) in losing days and am playing less hours in winning days. I know that doesn't make any logical sense as just like most, I play better when am winning and the other way around, therefore this is VERY costly mental leak. BUT HOW DO I FIX IT?

Also I'm probably getting a little bit burnt out / borderline depression state as I've let my social life slip away in favour of this quick acceleration in PLO, but that's what I chose to do in order to reach PLO200, so gonna try to ride it a litttle bit more and then take it easier in Summer.

April goals:

1) 120h play;
2) 40h study. At least 20h my own calcs;
3) 18 workouts - gotta start increasing this number as season is coming and I do plan to compete a little bit (running);
4) No oversleeping;
5) Start meditate / mindfulness. No idea how to do as I've never done it, so not gonna set targets just jet. Hopefully it can help my mental game;
6) No distractions while playing.
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Old 03-30-2018, 02:08 AM   #42
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Nice result!

Did u move from plo10 to plo100 since the ending of last year? Whats your biggest tip for moving up from plo10 to plo100 in this year?

Are the €05/1 from Microgaming? And the other from GG network?


GL!!
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Old 03-31-2018, 06:18 AM   #43
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MARCH

As I'm done with the month and about to leave for my Easter holidays, I may as well update.

1) 120h play / 40h study; [ ] 95h/34h
2) Don't play session longer than 90' unless there is an extraordinary whale; [X]
3) Quit playing if feeling tired / losing focus (browsing internet on other screen etc); [X]
4) 15 work outs; [X] 18 (planned)
5) 150 pages of literature. [ ] I'm at 100 with 3 more days do go. Unlikely gonna hit..

1) Graph - total hand count is ~25k



2) Stakes ( it's 3k$ profit btw)



1) Failed with my volume goals.
2) Was frustrated for most of the month. My mental game is where I can improve the most. I didn't reach my volume goals due to these mental issues.
3) Made an effort to be focused at tables - closed my tabs at 2nd screen as soon I realized I had opened fb/etc. Also played fewer tables in general - just 3-4, sometimes even 2 tabling. I'm not looking to extract the most EV out of my play time just yet - I want to keep improving my game and move up! When I settle in stake, then I can start adding extra tables. But for now - play my best and gain confidence!
4) Got lazy with studying - not enough my own calcs. Must change my study time back in favour of cals > videos.
5) With 8bb/100 EV at PLO100 I'm finally confident that I CAN and ALREADY AM crushing this limit! There are still a lot to improve, but that's a neverending cycle. A couple more tweaks and I WILL CRUSH PLO200 in no time!

Couple of things I've noticed I do when my mental game is off:

1) I oversleep. Not setting alarm and not getting out of my bed. Which leads to feeling tired all day ---> not playing A game ---> MORE FRUSTRATION;
2) Not studying after bad days. Feeling "**** poker" and not pushing myself to put in daily study hours. And if I do, they are low quality hours.
3) I'm still struggling with my performance anxiety - I tend to play longer hours (full schedule) in losing days and am playing less hours in winning days. I know that doesn't make any logical sense as just like most, I play better when am winning and the other way around, therefore this is VERY costly mental leak. BUT HOW DO I FIX IT?

Also I'm probably getting a little bit burnt out / borderline depression state as I've let my social life slip away in favour of this quick acceleration in PLO, but that's what I chose to do in order to reach PLO200, so gonna try to ride it a litttle bit more and then take it easier in Summer.

April goals:

1) 120h play;
2) 40h study. At least 20h my own calcs;
3) 18 workouts - gotta start increasing this number as season is coming and I do plan to compete a little bit (running);
4) No oversleeping;
5) Start meditate / mindfulness. No idea how to do as I've never done it, so not gonna set targets just jet. Hopefully it can help my mental game;
6) No distractions while playing.
am I read this right, you only play 90 minute sessions? how long do you play on average per day
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Old 03-31-2018, 07:46 AM   #44
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Limiting yourself to playing 90 minute sessions is definitely a leak and something that you'll have to plug up eventually (though it's fine for now)

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Old 04-03-2018, 06:34 AM   #45
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Nice result!

Did u move from plo10 to plo100 since the ending of last year? Whats your biggest tip for moving up from plo10 to plo100 in this year?

Are the 05/1 from Microgaming? And the other from GG network?


GL!!
Thanks!

My thread here is barely 2 pages and it's easy to see when I started. I started PLO seriously in ~August/September 2017. The main tip is just to study a ton, and study efficiently - don't just mass table and then write off the losses on running bad.

I don't play GG, I don't believe that rake is beatable. I play MPN/Party.

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am I read this right, you only play 90 minute sessions? how long do you play on average per day
What do you call a session? I mean if I play 90 min, then have 5-10 min break and play 90 min more, it's 2x90 min sessions for me. And if there is a sweet spot at the table I play longer (although I tend to cut table count even more). But yeah, I don't normally play 90+ without breaks. Avg would be ~5h/day of play and 2h study, although I guess it's time to cut a bit into study and increase play time.

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Limiting yourself to playing 90 minute sessions is definitely a leak and something that you'll have to plug up eventually (though it's fine for now)

glgl
You say it's a leak because of losing seats at the tables?

Thanks - I can't say that I'm looking forward to battle vs you!
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Old 04-03-2018, 07:56 AM   #46
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Good thread, your progress is excellent.

See when it comes to study, how exactly do you approach it? Do you split the time between reviewing HH and reading? And when you review HH how do you go about it?
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Old 04-03-2018, 10:13 AM   #47
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Good thread, your progress is excellent.

See when it comes to study, how exactly do you approach it? Do you split the time between reviewing HH and reading? And when you review HH how do you go about it?
Thanks a lot!

I do have a mentor / coach who points out which parts of the game I should dig into. So if we come to conclusion that I have to improve my game in 3BP's, I'll review those spots mostly and do a lot of calcs on them covering different boards etc, and also pay extra attention to those areas when watching training videos. And then to next are and so on. Other than that I don't have exact schedule for studying (apart 20h of calcs that I inclueded in April goals). When review HH's, always do range vs range and find tresholds for different actions. I don't have any fancy soft, just propokertools.
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Old 04-04-2018, 04:03 PM   #48
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I was so sure I had quad over quad when he/she raised on the river.. Such a disappointment


    Player1 (BTN): $127.15 (127.2 bb)
    Player2 (SB): $100.50 (100.5 bb)
    Hero (BB): $125.76 (125.8 bb)
    Player4 (UTG): $90.50 (90.5 bb)
    Player5 (MP): $96 (96 bb)
    Player6 (CO): $288.66 (288.7 bb)

    Preflop:
    Player4 folds, Player5 raises to $3.50, 3 folds, Hero calls $2.50

    Flop: ($7.50) 3 K J (2 players)
    Hero checks, Player5 bets $5, Hero calls $5

    Turn: ($17.50) 3 (2 players)
    Hero checks, Player5 checks

    River: ($17.50) J (2 players)
    Hero bets $12, Player5 raises to $33, Hero raises to $116.50, Player5 calls $54.50 and is all-in

    Results: $192.50 pot ($32 rake)
    Final Board: 3 K J 3 J
    Hero showed J J 8 7 and won $160.50 ($64.50 net)
    Player5 showed A K K 5 and lost (-$96 net)
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    Old 04-09-2018, 04:19 PM   #49
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    Even though I let my 2nd ever 1k eur + day slip (still 1k$ day), I'm still happy how the month is going so far!

    1) I got distracted when the hand started and I had no idea I was cold calling 3bet.. Saw the flop and thought why the **** is pot so big, shipped hating my life just to see that I'm golden to tripple up! This is the essence of running good - trippling up because of missclick!


      $0.50/$1 Pot Limit Omaha Cash, 5 Players
      Poker Tools Powered By Holdem Manager - The Ultimate Poker Software Suite.

      BB: $100 (100 bb)
      MP: $137.36 (137.4 bb)
      CO: $177.90 (177.9 bb)
      Hero: $120.70 (120.7 bb)
      SB: $100.87 (100.9 bb)

      Preflop:
      MP raises to $3, CO raises to $10.50, Hero calls $10.50, 2 folds, MP calls $7.50

      Flop: ($33) 9 4 5 (3 players)
      MP checks, CO bets $33, Hero raises to $110.20 and is all-in, MP raises to $126.86 and is all-in, CO calls $93.86

      Turn: ($396.92) K (3 players, 2 are all-in)
      River: ($396.92) T (3 players, 2 are all-in)

      Results: $396.92 pot ($36.32 rake)
      Final Board: 9 4 5 K T
      MP showed 9 8 7 J and lost (-$137.36 net)
      CO showed 9 Q 8 T and lost (-$137.36 net)
      Hero showed 6 K 3 K and won $360.60 ($239.90 net)
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      Old 04-10-2018, 04:28 PM   #50
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      New biggest pot of my life! 610 eur (750 usd). Kinda sick that now a single pot is +/- avg post tax salary in my country And it's only beginning.

      Anyway, lost the pot obv and it looks kinda spewy, but BB was in real gambool mode and it was kind of unexpected to see that CO slowplayed naked made hand 4way.. I guess I could have manipulated EV a little by calling flop to fold spades / 5 and would just ship this turn. But meh, I'm ahead of their ranges so whatever.

      Converter not working so...

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