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07-30-2010 , 01:14 PM
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Originally Posted by VP$IP
You are living the dream, and we are in it. Sort of.
I N C E P T I O N
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07-30-2010 , 01:32 PM
lol hand was std.. wtf at all these people beeing on this forum for so long and cant see that .. nutsinho was just on tilt
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07-30-2010 , 01:49 PM
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Originally Posted by timeforheroes
There is a 2.5% chance he has a straight. Then using the rule of 2 we multiply that to get 5%, and using the rule of 4 we multiply it to get 10%, then by using these two figures as percentage chances along a continuum like this:



Its important to note that Negreanu's straight doesnt lie exactly at 7.5%. This model should merely be used as a graphic illustration. In reality, much like an electron, we can never know exactly where Negreanu's straight lies, and the process of observing it makes it change position.

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So sick of the gay jokes
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07-30-2010 , 01:51 PM
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Originally Posted by BustedNuts16
That being said. Shut up.
+1000

I have a lot of respect for Daniel. The truth is you can look at pretty much every play in a good way or a bad way. Poker is not exactly a simple game. Daniel for whatever reason never gets the benefit of the doubt, every play he makes is apparently automatically bad. Like he can make a great bluff and people here will say "that was a terrible value bet". I don't know why people hate on him so much. He is pretty much the only poker pro I would trust to babysit my kids.
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07-30-2010 , 01:58 PM
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Originally Posted by Max Raker
So sick of the gay jokes

i c


n1
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07-30-2010 , 02:20 PM
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Originally Posted by ike
wtf

you're way too rich to be drinking keystone light
You're never too rich to drink keystone light
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07-30-2010 , 02:23 PM
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Originally Posted by Max Raker
So sick of the gay jokes
Me too
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07-30-2010 , 02:24 PM
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Originally Posted by Moonshine
You're never too rich to drink keystone light
youre never to rich to drink busch beer. its the beer of nascar
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07-30-2010 , 02:27 PM
How can anyone dislike DN? Seriously he's the best.
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07-30-2010 , 02:35 PM
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Originally Posted by nutsinho
DN is the man. i am drinking keystone light


LOL....try some Victoria mexican beer.... waaaaay better...
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07-30-2010 , 02:49 PM
I just wanted to say "hi" to kid poker if he comes back and reads this!

I do notice DN gets A LOT of hate on here. I have a lot of respect for him, and in this instance it's just a semi-bluff, he got called and got lucky. I have no problem with that since it's standard play.
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07-30-2010 , 02:52 PM
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Originally Posted by Pasterbator
How can anyone dislike DN? Seriously he's the best.
Exactly what I was thinking. Nutsinho is such a tool though, so it makes sense. He over exaggerates things all the time. I remember when he blew up b/c he thought raptor made a comment about him on his blog. He proceeded to talk trash to raptor and aejones. Now he's a video producer at leggo, go figure haha
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07-30-2010 , 02:54 PM
lol at 5-10% DN has a straight, a set or whatever

feel like i lost a couple brain cells reading that post

there is no accurate percentage EVER on what someones hand is
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07-30-2010 , 02:58 PM
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Originally Posted by iluvcj2
lol at 5-10% DN has a straight, a set or whatever

feel like i lost a couple brain cells reading that post

there is no accurate percentage EVER on what someones hand is
thats not true...if chainsaw calls hes got AA suited.
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07-30-2010 , 02:58 PM
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Originally Posted by iluvcj2
lol at 5-10% DN has a straight, a set or whatever

feel like i lost a couple brain cells reading that post

there is no accurate percentage EVER on what someones hand is
Maybe it was just an excuse to post a straight-gay graph.
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07-30-2010 , 03:01 PM
It's very easy to criticize and pick people apart when they put so much of themselves out there for all the world to see. Imagine that when you are at work, you are either entirely on camera, or it is all on display on the net for the entire world to see - every single move you make. Do you think you will never make a mistake? Instead of yammering away and trying to belittle someone, try reversing the roles in your head and see what it would look like if you were at the other end of the looking-glass.

Is Daniel the best NLHE player in the world. No. Does it matter. No. Does he have flaws. Obviously. We all do. He is good for the growth of poker, which everyone on this forum should have as their primary focus, as he comes across very amicably to the average viewer at home - which is the person you want to play against.
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07-30-2010 , 03:09 PM
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Originally Posted by Max Raker
So sick of the gay jokes
Ha! I swear this wasnt the angle I was meaning. Pretty funny now you've pointed it out though!
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07-30-2010 , 03:12 PM
lol@american beer

lolČ@people who get drunk from this thin piss
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07-30-2010 , 03:15 PM
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Originally Posted by borderline
DN should never have a set after just calling the flop although it is possible 5-10% of the time.
LOL, ty
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07-30-2010 , 03:16 PM
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Originally Posted by timeforheroes
There is a 2.5% chance he has a straight. Then using the rule of 2 we multiply that to get 5%, and using the rule of 4 we multiply it to get 10%, then by using these two figures as percentage chances along a continuum like this:



Its important to note that Negreanu's straight doesnt lie exactly at 7.5%. This model should merely be used as a graphic illustration. In reality, much like an electron, we can never know exactly where Negreanu's straight lies, and the process of observing it makes it change position.

-Edit Graphic added.
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07-30-2010 , 03:31 PM


dont call me buddy guy!

im not your buddy fwiend!
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07-30-2010 , 03:41 PM
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Originally Posted by borderline
DN is a super nice guy and very friendly.

There have been many examples where you play hands atrociously online, (not knocking you, just being honest), where 50NL regs wouldn't even make that mistake.. and it's not that the games are so aggressive where you have to take a chance, it's just fundamental errors.
I can agree with that. I'm certain there are loads of plays/mistakes I've made that a 50NL reg would not have made. Have you considered, though, that there are some plays I've made in the game that were actually really good that a typical 50NL reg would NOT have made?

I believe that anytime you step out of the box you either run the risk of doing something awfully stupid, but you also have the potential to make some really high end plays as well.

I'm not Durr or Ivey and I know that, however, I am certain that I could find you some hands where if you didn't know who the player was you'd say "That's a mistake a 50NL reg would never ever make."

When your goal is not to learn how to become a "grinder" and you are trying to become really, really, good at the game, you are simply going to make mistakes along the way that people will go, huh??? How bad was THAT! The key is to learn from those hands and I think I'm doing a very good job of that...
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07-30-2010 , 03:44 PM
admirable
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07-30-2010 , 03:45 PM
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Originally Posted by Daniel Negreanu
I can agree with that. I'm certain there are loads of plays/mistakes I've made that a 50NL reg would not have made. Have you considered, though, that there are some plays I've made in the game that were actually really good that a typical 50NL reg would NOT have made?

I believe that anytime you step out of the box you either run the risk of doing something awfully stupid, but you also have the potential to make some really high end plays as well.

I'm not Durr or Ivey and I know that, however, I am certain that I could find you some hands where if you didn't know who the player was you'd say "That's a mistake a 50NL reg would never ever make."

When your goal is not to learn how to become a "grinder" and you are trying to become really, really, good at the game, you are simply going to make mistakes along the way that people will go, huh??? How bad was THAT! The key is to learn from those hands and I think I'm doing a very good job of that...
i agree with this i think there are to many people on these forums that just say THIS IS the correct play and not even think of other possiblities
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07-30-2010 , 03:46 PM
Much love for you Daniel. You are a class act and a stand up guy that is great for the game. Nice that you take sometime to respond and such.

How's the golf game nowadays.
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