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Old 03-23-2012, 05:30 PM   #26
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Re: Stud 8 Pokerstars, easiest game to grind?

Your style GRB?
Poker Stars $3/$6 Limit Stud Hi/Lo $0.25 Ante - 4 players
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3rd Street: (0.333 SB)
Axzile: xx xx A____Axzile folds
hym666: xx xx K____hym666 folds
QiBall311: xx xx 4____QiBall311 brings in for $1____QiBall311 calls
h00h00: xx xx 5____h00h00 completes

4th Street: (2.333 SB) (2 players)
QiBall311: xx xx 4 7____QiBall311 calls
h00h00: xx xx 5 5____h00h00 bets

5th Street: (2.167 BB) (2 players)
QiBall311: xx xx 4 7 K____QiBall311 calls
h00h00: xx xx 5 5 2____h00h00 bets

6th Street: (4.167 BB) (2 players)
QiBall311: xx xx 4 7 K 3____QiBall311 calls
h00h00: xx xx 5 5 2 T____h00h00 bets

7th Street: (6.167 BB) (2 players)
QiBall311: xx xx 4 7 K 3 xx____QiBall311 checks
h00h00: xx xx 5 5 2 T xx____h00h00 checks

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Old 03-24-2012, 04:09 PM   #27
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Re: Stud 8 Pokerstars, easiest game to grind?

I was quite tired and I had history with this player. Nothing I did in that hand was considered "bad play" apart from maybe 5th street. He even betted with just a pair of 5s when I hit that 3rd low card and unluckily for me I bricked the river. If you are h00h00 I would look over your own play before you try and criticise others.

Anyway, the new thread "From $100 to $10k playing only Stud" will be up soon. Please continue the questions and debate there.
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Old 03-24-2012, 04:34 PM   #28
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Re: Stud 8 Pokerstars, easiest game to grind?

Playing 3/6 with 100$? Judging who is allowed to critise and who isnt? Its a Forum, man. The star-constellation doesnt look good for you
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Old 03-24-2012, 06:29 PM   #29
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What? Who said I only had $100 at 3/6? I think your mistaken. And that hand that darex posted was deliberately made to make me look bad. Nice picking 1 average hand played out of the thousands I've done. Good job troll.
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Old 03-25-2012, 03:23 AM   #30
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Re: Stud 8 Pokerstars, easiest game to grind?

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I was quite tired and I had history with this player. Nothing I did in that hand was considered "bad play" apart from maybe 5th street. He even betted with just a pair of 5s when I hit that 3rd low card and unluckily for me I bricked the river. If you are h00h00 I would look over your own play before you try and criticise others.

Anyway, the new thread "From $100 to $10k playing only Stud" will be up soon. Please continue the questions and debate there.
no, im not hoohoo, think he is a chinese player - myself is here in germany. i don.t want to critize you, but i think after 5th is 6th or 7th a lay down and 2 5s for your street is by vill.
i only find you that evening and after your post here i would like 2 see how you play for a while.
nothing else. good luck.
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Old 03-25-2012, 11:25 PM   #31
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Re: Stud 8 Pokerstars, easiest game to grind?

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... And that hand that darex posted was deliberately made to make me look bad. ...
I don't see any bad play.

Of course, h00h00 could have had quad fives, and you'd have been drawing dead to scoop. As it turns out, however, (on seventh street) you had fourteen outs to scoop, and ten outs to split the pot.

On fifth and sixth streets, you knew that h00h00 didn't have a low, and you were drawing to a seven. I wouldn't have laid it down.

I wouldn't have played it differently than the OP did. If I'm in error, I'd appreciate a correction. Thanks.
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