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Old 01-12-2018, 08:08 PM   #226
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Re: *** January 2018 High Stakes Thread ***

Yea, I doubt uberrich Dnegs can beat 100 zoom without a multi million dollar prop bet involved. Broke and Hungry Dnegs would likely figure out how to beat 500z. The number of guys in the public eye who have flourished from the 90s into now can probably be counted on one or two hands.
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Old 01-12-2018, 08:19 PM   #227
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I mean, I know this is just bait, but what he actually needs to do to prove people wrong is sit at tables and have them not fill. It's pretty simple really.

I usually hate on DNegs but I guess I have to give him some sort of props for sitting down on those tables and being instantly hunted, which no other "old school pro" seems to do anymore
I don't think it's so simple. There are scenarios where dnegs + the 4 best in the world could still make it -ev for someone else to fill out the table. This has less to do with daniel's abilities and says more about the other 4 pros.

Idk how much props he really deserves for sitting. If he decides to play some real volume then he will get marks for effort. In reality he was likely just playing a couple of sessions with ~house money for funsies while on vacation.
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Old 01-12-2018, 08:49 PM   #228
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I don't think it's so simple. There are scenarios where dnegs + the 4 best in the world could still make it -ev for someone else to fill out the table. This has less to do with daniel's abilities and says more about the other 4 pros.

Idk how much props he really deserves for sitting. If he decides to play some real volume then he will get marks for effort. In reality he was likely just playing a couple of sessions with ~house money for funsies while on vacation.
He would also create big buzz and interest in online poker for his employers Pokerstars. By putting in volume and winning, he shuts everyone up for good, but in his warped, arrogant, entitled and obnoxious mind he's already proved himself with two short sessions.

So he will inevitably stay in his safe space, being the -EV reg in the high rollers proclaiming his own genius without proving anything to anyone who knows even the minimum about poker.

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Old 01-12-2018, 08:57 PM   #229
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Re: *** January 2018 High Stakes Thread ***

Negreanu played super good in the SHR to be fair and handles losing pots with more class than anyone ever, this whole conversation is super toxic he obviously knows he’s not the best at the table , just on holiday and can afford to play 10k for the ultimate training

Please all stfu and hope he comes
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Old 01-12-2018, 09:05 PM   #230
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Re: *** January 2018 High Stakes Thread ***

meanwhile back @ the PLO highstakes tables,

PokerStars, Omaha Pot Limit - $50/$100 ($20 ante) - 3 players

ChaoRen160 (BU): $25000 (250 bb)
Grazvis1 (SB): $20448.09 (204 bb)
gavz101 (BB): $50338.02 (503 bb)

Pre Flop: ($210)
1 fold, Grazvis1 (SB) raises to $360, gavz101 (BB) calls $260

Flop: ($780) 6 6 9 (2 players)
Grazvis1 (SB) bets $194.25, gavz101 (BB) calls $194.25

Turn: ($1168.50) 7 (2 players)
Grazvis1 (SB) checks, gavz101 (BB) bets $839.16, Grazvis1 (SB) raises to $3682.98, gavz101 (BB) calls $2843.82

River: ($8534.46) Q (2 players)
Grazvis1 (SB) bets $8531.46, gavz101 (BB) calls $8531.46

Total pot: $25597.38 (Rake: $3)

Showdown:
Grazvis1 (SB) shows 7 K K A (two pair, Kings and Sixes)
(Equity - pre: 63%, flop: 76%, turn: 10%, river: 0%)

gavz101 (BB) shows 5 8 9 Q (a straight, Five to Nine)
(Equity - pre: 37%, flop: 24%, turn: 90%, river: 100%)

gavz101 (BB) wins $25594.38
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Old 01-12-2018, 09:06 PM   #231
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Re: *** January 2018 High Stakes Thread ***

PokerStars, Omaha Pot Limit - $50/$100 ($20 ante) - 5 players

ChaoRen160 (UTG): $21573.45 (216 bb)
bustoville (MP): $8047.55 (80 bb)
Grazvis1 (BU): $18365.15 (184 bb)
gavz101 (SB): $59291.20 (593 bb)
JayP-AA (BB): $12187.44 (122 bb)

Pre Flop: ($250)
2 folds, Grazvis1 (BU) raises to $380, gavz101 (SB) calls $330, JayP-AA (BB) calls $280

Flop: ($1240) J Q J (3 players)
gavz101 (SB) checks, JayP-AA (BB) checks, Grazvis1 (BU) bets $370.50, gavz101 (SB) calls $370.50, JayP-AA (BB) raises to $1341.56, 1 fold, gavz101 (SB) calls $971.06

Turn: ($4293.62) 2 (2 players)
gavz101 (SB) checks, JayP-AA (BB) bets $2844.31, gavz101 (SB) calls $2844.31

River: ($9982.24) 4 (2 players)
gavz101 (SB) checks, JayP-AA (BB) bets $7601.57 (all-in), gavz101 (SB) calls $7601.57

Total pot: $25185.38 (Rake: $5)

Showdown:
JayP-AA (BB) shows 5 Q Q A (a full house, Queens full of Jacks)
(Equity - pre: 60%, flop: 95%, turn: 98%, river: 100%)

gavz101 (SB) shows 8 9 T J (three of a kind, Jacks)
(Equity - pre: 40%, flop: 5%, turn: 3%, river: 0%)

JayP-AA (BB) wins $25180.38
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PokerStars, Omaha Pot Limit - $50/$100 ($20 ante) - 3 players

Grazvis1 (BU): $11055.08 (111 bb)
ChaoRen160 (SB): $39493.54 (395 bb)
gavz101 (BB): $16997.71 (170 bb)

Pre Flop: ($210)
1 fold, ChaoRen160 (SB) calls $50, gavz101 (BB) raises to $360, ChaoRen160 (SB) 3-bets to $1140, gavz101 (BB) calls $780

Flop: ($2340) Q T 4 (2 players)
ChaoRen160 (SB) bets $1400, gavz101 (BB) calls $1400

Turn: ($5140) J (2 players)
ChaoRen160 (SB) bets $5137, gavz101 (BB) calls $5137

River: ($15414) K (2 players)
ChaoRen160 (SB) bets $15411, gavz101 (BB) calls $9300.71 (all-in)

Total pot: $34015.42 (Rake: $3)

Showdown:
ChaoRen160 (SB) shows 2 8 A A (a pair of Aces)
(Equity - pre: 79%, flop: 78%, turn: 0%, river: 0%)

gavz101 (BB) shows 2 8 K A (a straight, Ten to Ace)
(Equity - pre: 21%, flop: 22%, turn: 100%, river: 100%)

gavz101 (BB) wins $34012.42
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Old 01-12-2018, 09:08 PM   #233
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Re: *** January 2018 High Stakes Thread ***

PokerStars, Omaha Pot Limit - $50/$100 ($20 ante) - 4 players

gavz101 (UTG): $22901.04 (229 bb)
bustoville (BU): $12314 (123 bb)
ChaoRen160 (SB): $26154.74 (262 bb)
JayP-AA (BB): $15594.41 (156 bb)

Pre Flop: ($230)
1 fold, bustoville (BU) raises to $430, ChaoRen160 (SB) 3-bets to $1470, 1 fold, bustoville (BU) calls $1040

Flop: ($3120) 2 9 6 (2 players)
ChaoRen160 (SB) bets $3117, bustoville (BU) raises to $10824 (all-in), ChaoRen160 (SB) calls $7707

First Turn: ($24768) 9 (2 players, 1 all-in)

First River: ($24768) 3 (2 players, 1 all-in)

Second Turn: ($24768) T (2 players, 1 all-in)

Second River: ($24768) 4 (2 players, 1 all-in)

Total pot: $24768 (Rake: $3)

First Showdown: Board: 2 9 6 9 3

ChaoRen160 (SB) shows 4 4 Q Q (two pair, Queens and Nines)
(Equity - pre: 59%, flop: 44%, turn: 55%, river: 100%)

bustoville (BU) shows 5 7 8 J (a pair of Nines)
(Equity - pre: 41%, flop: 56%, turn: 45%, river: 0%)

ChaoRen160 (SB) wins $12382.50

Second Showdown: Board: 2 9 6 T 4

ChaoRen160 (SB) shows 4 4 Q Q (three of a kind, Fours)
(Equity - pre: 59%, flop: 44%, turn: 0%, river: 0%)

bustoville (BU) shows 5 7 8 J (a straight, Six to Ten)
(Equity - pre: 41%, flop: 56%, turn: 100%, river: 100%)

bustoville (BU) wins $12382.50
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Old 01-12-2018, 09:09 PM   #234
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Re: *** January 2018 High Stakes Thread ***

PokerStars, Omaha Pot Limit - $50/$100 ($20 ante) - 4 players

Grazvis1 (UTG): $15038.49 (150 bb)
bustoville (BU): $18167.60 (182 bb)
ChaoRen160 (SB): $30145.29 (301 bb)
gavz101 (BB): $11856.24 (119 bb)

Pre Flop: ($230)
1 fold, bustoville (BU) raises to $430, 1 fold, gavz101 (BB) 3-bets to $1420, bustoville (BU) 4-bets to $4390, gavz101 (BB) 5-bets to $11836.24 (all-in), bustoville (BU) calls $7446.24

First Flop: ($23802.48) J 5 Q (2 players, 1 all-in)

First Turn: ($23802.48) 3 (2 players, 1 all-in)

First River: ($23802.48) 3 (2 players, 1 all-in)

Second Flop: ($23802.48) 3 9 6 (2 players, 1 all-in)

Second Turn: ($23802.48) 7 (2 players, 1 all-in)

Second River: ($23802.48) 7 (2 players, 1 all-in)

Total pot: $23802.48 (Rake: $3)

First Showdown: Board: J 5 Q 3 3

gavz101 (BB) shows 8 K A A (two pair, Aces and Threes)
(Equity - pre: 64%, flop: 20%, turn: 13%, river: 0%)

bustoville (BU) shows 8 Q Q A (a full house, Queens full of Threes)
(Equity - pre: 36%, flop: 80%, turn: 88%, river: 100%)

bustoville (BU) wins $11899.74

Second Showdown: Board: 3 9 6 7 7

gavz101 (BB) shows 8 K A A (two pair, Aces and Sevens)
(Equity - pre: 64%, flop: 53%, turn: 0%, river: 0%)

bustoville (BU) shows 8 Q Q A (a flush, Ace high)
(Equity - pre: 36%, flop: 47%, turn: 100%, river: 100%)

bustoville (BU) wins $11899.74

tables breaks after Grazvis1 sits out.

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Old 01-12-2018, 09:11 PM   #235
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Negreanu played super good in the SHR to be fair and handles losing pots with more class than anyone ever, this whole conversation is super toxic he obviously knows he’s not the best at the table , just on holiday and can afford to play 10k for the ultimate training

Please all stfu and hope he comes
Back and we can enjoy the hands
He obviously doesn't realize, or at least admit to himself that he is the mark against the very best and that is the problem for me. The arrogance of the man has been well documented.

If he 'comes back' and puts in volume and wins he will get his due.

You should also realize that a lot of rational people think 'DNegs' is 'super toxic' for poker and justifiably so.
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Old 01-12-2018, 10:15 PM   #236
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He obviously doesn't realize, or at least admit to himself that he is the mark against the very best and that is the problem for me. The arrogance of the man has been well documented.

If he 'comes back' and puts in volume and wins he will get his due.

You should also realize that a lot of rational people think 'DNegs' is 'super toxic' for poker and justifiably so.
Anyone who doesn't think negreanu is great for the game is out of their mind.
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Old 01-12-2018, 10:42 PM   #237
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Anyone who doesn't think negreanu is great for the game is out of their mind.
The same Negraneu that promised to sort out the Super Nova problem but actually did nothing, The same Negraneu who promised to try and reduce rake and ended up endorsing increasing rake.

DNegs is living on the flumes of the early 00's when he seemed like a decent guy but that persona either unravelled or it became apparent he was a fake.

He may entice random people still in 2018, but he has lost seasoned poker players. Stick to your sweeping unsubstantiated generalisations.
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Old 01-12-2018, 10:48 PM   #238
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He may entice random people still in 2018
That was the entire point of the sentence you quoted. How do you entice people who already play poker ("seasoned players") to play poker? Randoms don't give a **** about the things that you mentioned.
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Old 01-12-2018, 11:00 PM   #239
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Pokerstars doesn't owe anyone a living. No one is entitled to be able to play poker professionally. This game is not fair, people get lucky, run hot and make millions, while other more skilled players get stuck at lower stakes and never achieve anything. If my livelihood was dependent on the nature of a pokersites rakeback policy, rather than my own abilities, I would feel like a complete moron sucking at the teet of a monster.
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That was the entire point of the sentence you quoted. How do you entice people who already play poker ("seasoned players") to play poker? Randoms don't give a **** about the things that you mentioned.
Entice? How about skill and dedication and a small deposit to achieve those goals, over everything else Daniel has railed against these randoms in the last 5 years, endorsing the black hole Pokerstars economy.

He may bring people to the yard but his opinions sway people from staying for any amount of time.

Enticing people means very little for poker in general unless there are incentives to stay.
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Old 01-12-2018, 11:08 PM   #241
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Must be brutal believing that he "can't beat 25nl zoom" online and juxtaposing that with him being one of, if not the, most successful poker players of all time.
Heh.
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Old 01-12-2018, 11:38 PM   #242
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PokerStars, Omaha Pot Limit - $50/$100 ($20 ante) - 3 players

JayP-AA (BU): $27154.83 (272 bb)
ActionFreak (SB): $10231.07 (102 bb)
gavz101 (BB): $21406.33 (214 bb)

Pre Flop: ($210)
JayP-AA (BU) raises to $410, ActionFreak (SB) 3-bets to $1390, 1 fold, JayP-AA (BU) 4-bets to $4330, ActionFreak (SB) 5-bets to $10211.07 (all-in), JayP-AA (BU) calls $5881.07

Flop: ($20582.14) 4 9 Q (2 players, 1 all-in)

Turn: ($20582.14) 7 (2 players, 1 all-in)

River: ($20582.14) K (2 players, 1 all-in)

Total pot: $20582.14 (Rake: $3)

Showdown:
ActionFreak (SB) shows T K A A (a pair of Aces)
(Equity - pre: 68%, flop: 43%, turn: 23%, river: 0%)

JayP-AA (BU) shows 4 7 K A (two pair, Kings and Sevens)
(Equity - pre: 32%, flop: 57%, turn: 78%, river: 100%)

JayP-AA (BU) wins $20579.14

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PokerStars, Omaha Pot Limit - $50/$100 ($20 ante) - 2 players

JayP-AA (BU): $10767.50 (108 bb)
gavz101 (BB): $10000 (100 bb)

Pre Flop: ($190)
JayP-AA (BU) calls $50, gavz101 (BB) raises to $340, JayP-AA (BU) calls $240

Flop: ($720) 3 7 6 (2 players)
gavz101 (BB) bets $516.60, JayP-AA (BU) calls $516.60

Turn: ($1753.20) J (2 players)
gavz101 (BB) bets $1750.70, JayP-AA (BU) raises to $7002.80, gavz101 (BB) 3-bets to $9123.40 (all-in), JayP-AA (BU) calls $2120.60

River: ($20000.00) K (2 players, 1 all-in)

Total pot: $20000 (Rake: $2.50)

Showdown:
gavz101 (BB) shows 4 5 T T (a straight, Three to Seven)
(Equity - pre: 54%, flop: 93%, turn: 90%, river: 100%)

JayP-AA (BU) shows 2 7 J Q (two pair, Jacks and Sevens)
(Equity - pre: 46%, flop: 7%, turn: 10%, river: 0%)

gavz101 (BB) wins $19997.50
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PokerStars, Omaha Pot Limit - $50/$100 ($20 ante) - 3 players

gavz101 (BU): $27131.87 (271 bb)
ActionFreak (SB): $14512.01 (145 bb)
JayP-AA (BB): $16639.87 (166 bb)

Pre Flop: ($210)
gavz101 (BU) raises to $410, 1 fold, JayP-AA (BB) calls $310

Flop: ($930) Q T 6 (2 players)
JayP-AA (BB) checks, gavz101 (BU) checks

Turn: ($930) A (2 players)
JayP-AA (BB) checks, gavz101 (BU) bets $667.44, JayP-AA (BB) raises to $2929.32, gavz101 (BU) calls $2261.88

River: ($6788.64) 5 (2 players)
JayP-AA (BB) bets $6785.64, gavz101 (BU) calls $6785.64

Total pot: $20359.92 (Rake: $3)

Showdown:
JayP-AA (BB) shows 5 9 9 K (a pair of Nines)
(Equity - pre: 48%, flop: 25%, turn: 30%, river: 0%)

gavz101 (BU) shows 5 J Q A (two pair, Aces and Queens)
(Equity - pre: 52%, flop: 75%, turn: 70%, river: 100%)

gavz101 (BU) wins $20356.92
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PokerStars, Omaha Pot Limit - $50/$100 ($20 ante) - 3 players

JayP-AA (BU): $11083.20 (111 bb)
gavz101 (SB): $39739.12 (397 bb)
ActionFreak (BB): $7395.43 (74 bb)

Pre Flop: ($210)
JayP-AA (BU) raises to $410, gavz101 (SB) 3-bets to $1390, 1 fold, JayP-AA (BU) calls $980

Flop: ($2940) 2 6 2 (2 players)
gavz101 (SB) bets $763.62, JayP-AA (BU) calls $763.62

Turn: ($4467.24) Q (2 players)
gavz101 (SB) bets $2142.84, JayP-AA (BU) calls $2142.84

River: ($8752.92) 5 (2 players)
gavz101 (SB) bets $8137.43, JayP-AA (BU) calls $6766.74 (all-in)

Total pot: $22286.40 (Rake: $3)

Showdown:
gavz101 (SB) shows 7 J A A (a flush, Ace high)
(Equity - pre: 71%, flop: 87%, turn: 5%, river: 0%)

JayP-AA (BU) shows 3 9 Q Q (a full house, Queens full of Deuces)
(Equity - pre: 29%, flop: 13%, turn: 95%, river: 100%)

JayP-AA (BU) wins $22283.40
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My 2c

It is super boring for people like Daniel with huge bankrolls to swallow their ego and grind PioSolver for hundreds (or thousands) of hours when they don't have tons of incentive to do so because it only helps them beat the niche of world class, uber competitive online games. Kudos to Daniel for spending time working on his game, and being open to using the new tools/strategies available.

Most players who have at one time beaten high stakes for an extended period of hands have the skills necessary to beat 500z... there are just too many recs in the pool and the competition isn't steep enough. It's another thing entirely whether these people want to make the necessary time investment to stay ahead of the curve and beat 500z consistently. For example, I feel like I need to check back in with my NLHE game each year and spend a bunch of hours working to stay relevant; and that only barely keeps my head above water. Plenty of smart, young, regulars are hungrier than me developing skills superior to mine which I can't really keep pace with, let alone catch up with. I can only imagine that's more difficult for a pro one generation older than me.
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It is super boring for people like Daniel with huge bankrolls to swallow their ego and grind PioSolver for hundreds (or thousands) of hours when they don't have tons of incentive to do so because it only helps them beat the niche of world class, uber competitive online games. Kudos to Daniel for spending time working on his game, and being open to using the new tools/strategies available.

Most players who have at one time beaten high stakes for an extended period of hands have the skills necessary to beat 500z... there are just too many recs in the pool and the competition isn't steep enough. It's another thing entirely whether these people want to make the necessary time investment to stay ahead of the curve and beat 500z consistently. For example, I feel like I need to check back in with my NLHE game each year and spend a bunch of hours working to stay relevant; and that only barely keeps my head above water. Plenty of smart, young, regulars are hungrier than me developing skills superior to mine which I can't really keep pace with, let alone catch up with. I can only imagine that's more difficult for a pro one generation older than me.


Thanks for your input and giving us the perspective of someone actually involved at the highest level.


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Old 01-13-2018, 06:25 PM   #248
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Sauce once again proves he's the man.
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Old 01-13-2018, 06:53 PM   #249
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dont think the interesting question is if could actually beat it if he put the hours in, but how long it would take him to get there
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5k wouldnt fill for most losing 500z regs unless linus and the boys are on
they should. just on the off chance account hacked/drunk bender. obviously also appplies to renegs (who once claimed hacked, but dont believe a word he says)

daniel still plays a ton of poker. he's a clown, but even if he's just learning via osmosis he's still drawing from a decent amount of poker knowledge
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