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Old 08-22-2019, 01:06 PM   #201
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Re: *** August 2019 High Stakes Thread ***

PokerStars, Hold'em No Limit - $50/$100 - 6 players
Replay this hand on Pokeit

ham1l_I0n (UTG): $4,996.91 (50 bb)
MMAsherdog (MP): $9,958.49 (100 bb)
dudd1 (CO): $10,000.00 (100 bb)
NajiTan (BU): $5,466.15 (55 bb)
BigBlindBets (SB): $10,689.85 (107 bb)
jobetzu (BB): $11,730.09 (117 bb)

Pre-Flop: ($150)
2 players fold, dudd1 (CO) raises to $220, 2 players fold, jobetzu (BB) calls $120

Flop: ($490) 7 6 9 (2 players)
jobetzu (BB) checks, dudd1 (CO) bets $320.10, jobetzu (BB) raises to $1,164, dudd1 (CO) raises to $3,170.58, jobetzu (BB) calls $2,006.58

Turn: ($6,831.16) A (2 players)
jobetzu (BB) bets $2,320.89, dudd1 (CO) calls $2,320.89

River: ($11,472.94) 8 (2 players)
jobetzu (BB) bets $5,733.97, dudd1 (CO) calls $4,288.53 (all-in)

Total pot: $20,050 (Rake: $5)

Showdown:
jobetzu (BB) shows J 8 (a pair of Eights)
(Equity - Pre-Flop: 63%, Flop: 27%, Turn: 0%, River: 0%)

dudd1 (CO) shows 6 T (a straight flush, Ten high)
(Equity - Pre-Flop: 37%, Flop: 73%, Turn: 100%, River: 100%)

dudd1 (CO) wins $20,045
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Old 08-22-2019, 04:15 PM   #202
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PokerStars, Hold'em No Limit - $5/$10 - 6 players
Replay this hand on Pokeit

l xFlake l (UTG): $1,264.74 (126 bb)
EmelyanenkoF (MP): $750.42 (75 bb)
JOSJOH (CO): $783.13 (78 bb)
angryogr1 (BU): $1,087.60 (109 bb)
thejericho2 (SB): $1,298.90 (130 bb)
AlexeSsz (BB): $1,992.16 (199 bb)

Pre-Flop: ($15)
4 players fold, thejericho2 (SB) raises to $30, AlexeSsz (BB) calls $20

Flop: ($60) K 9 4 (2 players)
thejericho2 (SB) bets $14.90, AlexeSsz (BB) raises to $65, thejericho2 (SB) calls $50.10

Turn: ($190) Q (2 players)
thejericho2 (SB) checks, AlexeSsz (BB) bets $143.99, thejericho2 (SB) calls $143.99

River: ($477.98) A (2 players)
thejericho2 (SB) checks, AlexeSsz (BB) bets $1,665, thejericho2 (SB) calls $1,059.91 (all-in)

Total pot: $2,597.80 (Rake: $3)

Showdown:
AlexeSsz (BB) shows 2 2 (a pair of Twos)
(Equity - Pre-Flop: 50%, Flop: 9%, Turn: 5%, River: 0%)

thejericho2 (SB) shows 9 Q (two pair, Queens and Nines)
(Equity - Pre-Flop: 50%, Flop: 91%, Turn: 95%, River: 100%)

thejericho2 (SB) wins $2,594.80





PokerStars, Hold'em No Limit - $10/$20 - 4 players
Replay this hand on Pokeit

AlexeSsz (UTG): $2,000.00 (100 bb)
MunEZ_StaRR (BU): $2,288.96 (114 bb)
thejericho2 (SB): $4,617.25 (231 bb)
l xFlake l (BB): $3,036.20 (152 bb)

Pre-Flop: ($30)
2 players fold, thejericho2 (SB) calls $10, l xFlake l (BB) raises to $70, thejericho2 (SB) 3-bets to $250, l xFlake l (BB) calls $180

Flop: ($500) 7 A 7 (2 players)
thejericho2 (SB) bets $129.55, l xFlake l (BB) calls $129.55

Turn: ($759.10) 4 (2 players)
thejericho2 (SB) bets $355.95, l xFlake l (BB) calls $355.95

River: ($1,471) 3 (2 players)
thejericho2 (SB) checks, l xFlake l (BB) bets $820, thejericho2 (SB) calls $820

Total pot: $3,111 (Rake: $1.75)

Showdown:
l xFlake l (BB) shows 9 J (a pair of Sevens)
(Equity - Pre-Flop: 48%, Flop: 34%, Turn: 20%, River: 0%)

thejericho2 (SB) shows 6 A (two pair, Aces and Sevens)
(Equity - Pre-Flop: 52%, Flop: 66%, Turn: 80%, River: 100%)

thejericho2 (SB) wins $3,109.25
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Old 08-22-2019, 05:54 PM   #203
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Re: *** August 2019 High Stakes Thread ***

very enjoyable hands with skiring, ty for posting
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Old 08-22-2019, 07:08 PM   #204
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Thanks for the posts evolution you da real mvp
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Old 08-22-2019, 08:40 PM   #205
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Tables are lit tonight in the Pokerstars streets. 2x NL10k games, another NL5k and an Omaha PLO5k. Hope somebody is recording these hands.
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Old 08-22-2019, 08:56 PM   #206
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what do robots get out of drug use and women though?
The ability to not feel like a robot.

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Do you think you will be able to get Linus on the pod Joey? I know you hinted at it earlier in the year. Would be awesome if you did.
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next guest should be obviously Bryan Kenney
I haven't talked to Linus in a few months and I'm on a content hiatus right now but when I start back up I will reach out to him and hopefully we can make some magic happen.

I'll get in touch w/ Bryn as well. Always enjoy hearing his perspective on life.


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That is scary, what happens if the person hits a downswing, loses a bunch of money and loses access to such a lifestyle. Then what?

Sounds like a tight rope to walk between ecstasy and absolute depression.
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I was talking about the poker lifestyle he described. Sorry, I was speaking figuratively in the terms of how close you can be between having a lifestyle which to some would seem a complete high bliss of money and enjoyment and at the same time if one is not careful, suddenly losing it all, losing access to that sort of lifestyle and just slipping into a deep depression.

I mean, how would you be able to console yourself from once living a lifestyle of money, models doing what you want, high quality drugs and then seeing yourself busto? How do you come back from that? How do you keep a balance?

That's what I meant.
A few people laughed this off but it's a very great question to think about imo. I know a few poker players who are currently experiencing this or trying to figure their way out of it now. The entire idea of going from high stakes poker success to success in another area of like that doesn't come close to the amount of $$$ you've become accustomed to expecting is crazy in itself.

I think the experience forces you to decide what is important to you in your life & what you want your lifestyle to be like. I think this type of life ends up being a surprise to most people who get into it. They've heard about it over the years through media but lack an understanding of what exactly it's all about. If maintaining that lifestyle & exploring the depths of it further is your answer, the easiest way to continue on is probably find a stake to play in those games or games below it and try to build your way back up bankroll wise & mindset wise. If you enjoyed parts of it but not others, maybe you pursue those areas (which would probably be drugs/women) until you run yourself down and aren't sure what to do unless you run very well and are able to come out of it.

For some people, it might mean that they made a mistake, understand what the mistake is, understand they want to get back to that type of life and then work their asses off. I imagine this experience has absolutely crushed people to the point of no return (in their own minds) over the years in poker. Not necessarily limited to long-time professionals but applicable to those who degened it to the high stakes for some period of time and then came crashing back down.

I think the way you come back from it is to surround yourself w/ people or a singular person who will give it to you straight and not enable destructive behavior to continue which aren't always easy to find. Assuming destructive = failing at those areas you once prioritized achieving success in while becoming unhealthier as time goes on.

Very very short answer on this one but I could talk about it for few hours and develop it further.
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Old 08-22-2019, 09:13 PM   #207
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Re: *** August 2019 High Stakes Thread ***

^ Could you create content around this topic? I find it fascinating.


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Old 08-22-2019, 09:13 PM   #208
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You mean talk about how good their life is and how much other people’s sucks in comparison?
I think that most people fail to understand why successful high stakes poker players became that in the first place. You're always after more or better. More money, more fish, more games, more opportunity, better knowledge, better winning strategy, more information....

They might think their life is good but that type of person will always be looking for more or better in some capacity. Once you become aware of the lifestyle and decide it's something you're interested in and want to know more about, you start looking around at those with more than you in those areas. More opportunities, more money, more information, more experience, better knowledge, better winning strategy, but the lifestyle isn't as binary as poker can seem to be and there is no solver to tell you what to do. When you're a successful high stakes player, you're not sitting around talking about how bad everyone is (I know some people who love to do this as a reaffirmation strategy) and how good you are, you're thinking about how you can get better and gain more from your ability.

(once again, very very short exploration of this idea)

Some might spend their time discussing how their life is good and why other peoples suck, but I think most people that this might describe are looking at other people around them wondering how they can reach that level of success in this new game they've discovered they can play.

I have no idea how many poker players this describes as the successful high stakes poker player pool is small to begin with but I do know they exist from my own experience and hours of conversation.
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Old 08-22-2019, 09:32 PM   #209
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^ Could you create content around this topic? I find it fascinating.


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I am deep in the lab right now but when I return to content, this is the style it will be in. Focused on poker primarily at the beginning and progressively becoming some mixture of popular culture that the mainstream is interested in and I'm interested in exploring (think the UFC Investigation video I did - a deep dive on a worldwide trending event/topic/idea), more niche topics I'm the most interested in (Why most Kobe Beef is a scam lol is something I'm interested in putting out there), further discussions on these topics w/ more knowledgeable figures from each industry and poker.

I have about 250-1000 different poker video ideas. It will probably depend on how interested I am in making them if they ever come to fruition.
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Old 08-23-2019, 12:01 AM   #210
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Look forward to seeing you back Joey! Hope all is well, you've certainly earned your break
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Old 08-23-2019, 05:34 AM   #211
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A few people laughed this off but it's a very great question to think about imo. I know a few poker players who are currently experiencing this or trying to figure their way out of it now. The entire idea of going from high stakes poker success to success in another area of like that doesn't come close to the amount of $$$ you've become accustomed to expecting is crazy in itself.

I think the experience forces you to decide what is important to you in your life & what you want your lifestyle to be like. I think this type of life ends up being a surprise to most people who get into it. They've heard about it over the years through media but lack an understanding of what exactly it's all about. If maintaining that lifestyle & exploring the depths of it further is your answer, the easiest way to continue on is probably find a stake to play in those games or games below it and try to build your way back up bankroll wise & mindset wise. If you enjoyed parts of it but not others, maybe you pursue those areas (which would probably be drugs/women) until you run yourself down and aren't sure what to do unless you run very well and are able to come out of it.

For some people, it might mean that they made a mistake, understand what the mistake is, understand they want to get back to that type of life and then work their asses off. I imagine this experience has absolutely crushed people to the point of no return (in their own minds) over the years in poker. Not necessarily limited to long-time professionals but applicable to those who degened it to the high stakes for some period of time and then came crashing back down.

I think the way you come back from it is to surround yourself w/ people or a singular person who will give it to you straight and not enable destructive behavior to continue which aren't always easy to find. Assuming destructive = failing at those areas you once prioritized achieving success in while becoming unhealthier as time goes on.

Very very short answer on this one but I could talk about it for few hours and develop it further.
Thank you for your response and answer, very much appreciated.
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Old 08-23-2019, 07:10 AM   #212
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Re: *** August 2019 High Stakes Thread ***

PokerStars, Hold'em No Limit - $50/$100 - 6 players
Replay this hand on Pokeit

bentgrass (UTG): $16,146.10 (161 bb)
0Human0 (MP): $16,816.56 (168 bb)
GiveMeUP (CO): $12,868.15 (129 bb)
Also11 (BU): $22,498.28 (225 bb)
BigBlindBets (SB): $19,764.99 (198 bb)
zerfer03 (BB): $11,010.00 (110 bb)

Pre-Flop: ($150)
2 players fold, GiveMeUP (CO) raises to $225, 1 fold, BigBlindBets (SB) 3-bets to $1,050, 1 fold, GiveMeUP (CO) 4-bets to $2,600, BigBlindBets (SB) calls $1,550

Flop: ($5,300) 5 4 2 (2 players)
BigBlindBets (SB) checks, GiveMeUP (CO) bets $1,270.80, BigBlindBets (SB) calls $1,270.80

Turn: ($7,841.60) 7 (2 players)
BigBlindBets (SB) checks, GiveMeUP (CO) bets $8,997.35 (all-in), BigBlindBets (SB) calls $8,997.35

First River: ($25,836.30) 6 (2 players, 1 all-in)

Second River: ($25,836.30) A (2 players, 1 all-in)

Total pot: $25,836.30 (Rake: $5)

First Showdown: Board: 5 4 2 7 6

GiveMeUP (CO) shows K A (high card, Ace)
(Equity - Pre-Flop: 46%, Flop: 40%, Turn: 23%, River: 0%)

BigBlindBets (SB) shows T T (a pair of Tens)
(Equity - Pre-Flop: 54%, Flop: 60%, Turn: 77%, River: 100%)

BigBlindBets (SB) wins $12,915.65

Second Showdown: Board: 5 4 2 7 A

GiveMeUP (CO) shows K A (a pair of Aces)
(Equity - Pre-Flop: 46%, Flop: 40%, Turn: 23%, River: 100%)

BigBlindBets (SB) shows T T (a pair of Tens)
(Equity - Pre-Flop: 54%, Flop: 60%, Turn: 77%, River: 0%)

GiveMeUP (CO) wins $12,915.65





PokerStars, Hold'em No Limit - $50/$100 - 5 players
Replay this hand on Pokeit

oSpiel888 (UTG): $11,098.85 (111 bb)
GiveMeUP (CO): $11,542.45 (115 bb)
prot0 (BU): $15,088.95 (151 bb)
0Human0 (SB): $12,515.55 (125 bb)
BigBlindBets (BB): $10,483.25 (105 bb)

Pre-Flop: ($150)
2 players fold, prot0 (BU) raises to $200, 1 fold, BigBlindBets (BB) 3-bets to $1,000, prot0 (BU) calls $800

Flop: ($2,050) 8 7 Q (2 players)
BigBlindBets (BB) bets $674.85, prot0 (BU) calls $674.85

Turn: ($3,399.70) 7 (2 players)
BigBlindBets (BB) checks, prot0 (BU) bets $1,100, BigBlindBets (BB) raises to $2,946.25, prot0 (BU) calls $1,846.25

River: ($9,292.20) 4 (2 players)
BigBlindBets (BB) checks, prot0 (BU) checks

Total pot: $9,292.20 (Rake: $5)

Showdown:
BigBlindBets (BB) shows A J (a pair of Sevens)
(Equity - Pre-Flop: 70%, Flop: 14%, Turn: 7%, River: 0%)

prot0 (BU) shows J Q (two pair, Queens and Sevens)
(Equity - Pre-Flop: 30%, Flop: 86%, Turn: 93%, River: 100%)

prot0 (BU) wins $9,287.20
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Old 08-23-2019, 09:12 AM   #213
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PokerStars, Hold'em No Limit - $10/$20 - 2 players
Replay this hand on Pokeit

bajskorven87 (SB): $2,230.09 (112 bb)
PrematureValue (BB): $7,597.07 (380 bb)

Pre-Flop: ($30)
bajskorven87 (SB) raises to $50, PrematureValue (BB) 3-bets to $203, bajskorven87 (SB) 4-bets to $460, PrematureValue (BB) calls $257

Flop: ($920) 5 7 2 (2 players)
PrematureValue (BB) checks, bajskorven87 (SB) checks

Turn: ($920) 9 (2 players)
PrematureValue (BB) bets $477.49, bajskorven87 (SB) calls $477.49

River: ($1,874.98) K (2 players)
PrematureValue (BB) bets $6,659.58 (all-in), bajskorven87 (SB) calls $1,292.60 (all-in)

Total pot: $4,460.18 (Rake: $1.75)

Showdown:
PrematureValue (BB) shows 7 9 (two pair, Nines and Sevens)
(Equity - Pre-Flop: 39%, Flop: 77%, Turn: 100%, River: 100%)

bajskorven87 (SB) shows Q A (high card, Ace)
(Equity - Pre-Flop: 61%, Flop: 23%, Turn: 0%, River: 0%)

PrematureValue (BB) wins $4,458.43





PokerStars, Hold'em No Limit - $10/$20 - 2 players
Replay this hand on Pokeit

bajskorven87 (SB): $4,295.85 (215 bb)
PrematureValue (BB): $3,487.75 (174 bb)

Pre-Flop: ($30)
bajskorven87 (SB) raises to $50, PrematureValue (BB) 3-bets to $200, bajskorven87 (SB) calls $150

Flop: ($400) K J 4 (2 players)
PrematureValue (BB) checks, bajskorven87 (SB) checks

Turn: ($400) 6 (2 players)
PrematureValue (BB) bets $430.11, bajskorven87 (SB) calls $430.11

River: ($1,260.22) 3 (2 players)
PrematureValue (BB) bets $327.20, bajskorven87 (SB) raises to $2,431.36, PrematureValue (BB) calls $2,104.16

Total pot: $6,122.94 (Rake: $1.75)

Showdown:
bajskorven87 (SB) shows Q A (high card, Ace)
(Equity - Pre-Flop: 26%, Flop: 17%, Turn: 9%, River: 0%)

PrematureValue (BB) shows K A (a pair of Kings)
(Equity - Pre-Flop: 74%, Flop: 83%, Turn: 91%, River: 100%)

PrematureValue (BB) wins $6,121.19





PokerStars, Hold'em No Limit - $10/$20 - 2 players
Replay this hand on Pokeit

xcoolerman97 (SB): $6,592.18 (330 bb)
J0hn Mcclean (BB): $6,824.88 (341 bb)

Pre-Flop: ($30)
xcoolerman97 (SB) raises to $45.60, J0hn Mcclean (BB) 3-bets to $223.44, xcoolerman97 (SB) 4-bets to $620, J0hn Mcclean (BB) calls $396.56

Flop: ($1,240) T T 5 (2 players)
J0hn Mcclean (BB) checks, xcoolerman97 (SB) bets $440, J0hn Mcclean (BB) calls $440

Turn: ($2,120) 3 (2 players)
J0hn Mcclean (BB) checks, xcoolerman97 (SB) bets $1,480, J0hn Mcclean (BB) calls $1,480

River: ($5,080) K (2 players)
J0hn Mcclean (BB) checks, xcoolerman97 (SB) bets $4,052.18 (all-in), J0hn Mcclean (BB) calls $4,052.18

Total pot: $13,184.36 (Rake: $1.75)

Showdown:
xcoolerman97 (SB) shows 8 9 (a pair of Tens)
(Equity - Pre-Flop: 18%, Flop: 4%, Turn: 0%, River: 0%)

J0hn Mcclean (BB) shows Q Q (two pair, Queens and Tens)
(Equity - Pre-Flop: 82%, Flop: 96%, Turn: 100%, River: 100%)

J0hn Mcclean (BB) wins $13,182.61
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Old 08-23-2019, 04:25 PM   #214
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nice call john mclean
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I was talking about the poker lifestyle he described. Sorry, I was speaking figuratively in the terms of how close you can be between having a lifestyle which to some would seem a complete high bliss of money and enjoyment and at the same time if one is not careful, suddenly losing it all, losing access to that sort of lifestyle and just slipping into a deep depression.

I mean, how would you be able to console yourself from once living a lifestyle of money, models doing what you want, high quality drugs and then seeing yourself busto? How do you come back from that? How do you keep a balance?

That's what I meant.
Just ask Eppstein
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Just ask Eppstein
Do you seriously believe the story that he committed suicide? He is just fine relaxing in one of the islands in the Caribbean. You see, now the politicians have brought him to justice or claimed they tried, so that the morons (majority of people) can keep sleepwalking and believe in their good "work". It's really funny that you actually believe that someone with unlimited funds can be prosecuted.
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Old 08-24-2019, 01:57 AM   #217
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I am deep in the lab right now but when I return to content, this is the style it will be in. Focused on poker primarily at the beginning and progressively becoming some mixture of popular culture that the mainstream is interested in and I'm interested in exploring (think the UFC Investigation video I did - a deep dive on a worldwide trending event/topic/idea), more niche topics I'm the most interested in (Why most Kobe Beef is a scam lol is something I'm interested in putting out there), further discussions on these topics w/ more knowledgeable figures from each industry and poker.

I have about 250-1000 different poker video ideas. It will probably depend on how interested I am in making them if they ever come to fruition.
Don't post much on here. Pretty much just a run-of-the-mill 28 year old degen who use to be an investment banker. I've been playing live PLO for two years now. 10/25 up to 100/200/500.

If you ever decide to do research around the topic, I'd be happy to add my two cents. Your podcast is top notch and I don't know how many people can tell a story and give feedback from the degen side. Ran up $3k to $1m+ and back down again.

It's a pretty insane experience. Even after people talk about it and hear stories about it, its very different actually experiencing it.

Anyways, you're podcast is awesome. Keep up the good work.
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Old 08-24-2019, 07:17 AM   #218
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LarsLuzak with an insane +$1.3m session at party 100/200 PLO HU

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Old 08-24-2019, 10:52 AM   #219
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Not a bad session
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Old 08-24-2019, 11:06 AM   #220
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Something is not adding up though. One post before someone claimed "juad had a session". From the Screenshot you can see, that this was played couple of weeks ago.

PP hu tables are now real name and obviously powerfest is over though. Pretty sick indeed though.

Any information on who the oppo was?
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Old 08-24-2019, 12:39 PM   #221
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well tag is green so prob a fish?
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Old 08-24-2019, 03:04 PM   #222
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I heard rumors that matt kirk (swordfishAA) and luzak have been playing alot and that luzak won a ton.

Same avatar as in this picture, seems likely to me.


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Old 08-25-2019, 01:24 AM   #223
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I heard rumors that matt kirk (swordfishAA) and luzak have been playing alot and that luzak won a ton.

Same avatar as in this picture, seems likely to me.



Ohh so it was Aussie Matt then.. (swordfishAA)
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Old 08-25-2019, 01:41 AM   #224
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Re: *** August 2019 High Stakes Thread ***

PokerStars, Hold'em No Limit - $50/$100 - 3 players
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rouckashou93 (BU): $6,283.06 (63 bb)
OtB_RedBaron (SB): $7,847.00 (78 bb)
yurasov1990 (BB): $4,785.04 (48 bb)

Pre-Flop: ($150)
rouckashou93 (BU) raises to $300, OtB_RedBaron (SB) 3-bets to $1,000, 1 fold, rouckashou93 (BU) calls $700

Flop: ($2,100) T T 4 (2 players)
OtB_RedBaron (SB) bets $1,129.10, rouckashou93 (BU) raises to $5,283.06 (all-in), OtB_RedBaron (SB) calls $4,153.96

First Turn: ($12,666.12) 5 (2 players, 1 all-in)

First River: ($12,666.12) 7 (2 players, 1 all-in)

Second Turn: ($12,666.12) 4 (2 players, 1 all-in)

Second River: ($12,666.12) 2 (2 players, 1 all-in)

Total pot: $12,666.12 (Rake: $3)

First Showdown: Board: T T 4 5 7

rouckashou93 (BU) shows 9 9 (two pair, Tens and Nines)
(Equity - Pre-Flop: 81%, Flop: 88%, Turn: 95%, River: 100%)

OtB_RedBaron (SB) shows 8 8 (two pair, Tens and Eights)
(Equity - Pre-Flop: 19%, Flop: 12%, Turn: 5%, River: 0%)

rouckashou93 (BU) wins $6,331.56

Second Showdown: Board: T T 4 4 2

rouckashou93 (BU) shows 9 9 (two pair, Tens and Nines)
(Equity - Pre-Flop: 81%, Flop: 88%, Turn: 93%, River: 100%)

OtB_RedBaron (SB) shows 8 8 (two pair, Tens and Eights)
(Equity - Pre-Flop: 19%, Flop: 12%, Turn: 7%, River: 0%)

rouckashou93 (BU) wins $6,331.56
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Old 08-25-2019, 11:27 AM   #225
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Re: *** August 2019 High Stakes Thread ***

Is there any way US people can rail Party games like we can w Stars?
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