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07-30-2010 , 03:47 PM
keep it up DN
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07-30-2010 , 03:48 PM
DN continues to prove why he's a great ambassador for the game and he is still wealthier than everyone on this forum by means of....poker. Therefore, I'd take Daniel's "line" any day.
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07-30-2010 , 03:49 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...
not trying to nuthug on DN, but this x1000. Mass multitablers at micros and low stakes don't realize that they're not really getting better. Their fundamentals might be okay, but if they don't play creatively and challenge their lines they are never going to be able to move up. The way to learn is not to grind 15 tables, but cut down on your tables and look at each hand you play more closely. Playing 1 table is probably going to slow down your learning curve though...
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07-30-2010 , 03:55 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 think this is a very good point. In particular, I thought the KK hand against Molwsi with the $100k pot was extremely well played and is certainly not the line that most low stakes regs would take.
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07-30-2010 , 03:59 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...
what a boss
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07-30-2010 , 04:06 PM
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Originally Posted by Moonshine
You're never too rich to drink keystone light
so college

so dartmouth
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07-30-2010 , 04:08 PM
Is nutsinho Al Pacino ?
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07-30-2010 , 04:12 PM
love DN
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07-30-2010 , 04:17 PM
DN, pwns this thread

way to go
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07-30-2010 , 04:23 PM
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Originally Posted by borderline
You're a moron. The fundamentals of poker is the same at any level. You don't need someone who plays low stakes to tell you this. If you think DN has shown perfect fundamentals, please go away and delude yourself more.
lol. You can't be real.
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07-30-2010 , 04:24 PM
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Originally Posted by Mcdonald'sWorker
daniel negeranu sucks more than jamie gold
HE>u

and he is a suited Canucktor.
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07-30-2010 , 04:31 PM
LoL at people who makes fools of themselves then come back with "you know I have a drinking problem".
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07-30-2010 , 04:34 PM
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Originally Posted by Bad Beat Bill
+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.
neither do i.
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07-30-2010 , 04:39 PM
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Originally Posted by FlakDet
Is nutsinho Al Pacino ?
post of the thread.

good work sir.
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07-30-2010 , 04:40 PM
lol borderline just gtf out of here with those ridiculous comments... nobody wants to hear your 6$ sit n go thoughts bro
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07-30-2010 , 04:41 PM
12 angry...******ed busto railbirds hating on DN itt
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07-30-2010 , 04:55 PM
DN coming on here and being such a good sport about the hate he receives reminds me of when Curt Schilling used to go on New York Yankee forums after pitching against them (for the Red Sox) that same night.
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07-30-2010 , 04:58 PM
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Originally Posted by ben wb
I think this is a very good point. In particular, I thought the KK hand against Molwsi with the $100k pot was extremely well played and is certainly not the line that most low stakes regs would take.
sick burn?
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07-30-2010 , 04:58 PM
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Originally Posted by riconderoga
DN coming on here and being such a good sport about the hate he receives reminds me of when Curt Schilling used to go on New York Yankee forums after pitching against them (for the Red Sox) that same night.
I never heard that about Schilling but that is pretty weird if it is true. Its one thing for Daniel to log onto his to 2+2 since he is already at his computer playing but for a MLB player to come on the forums after a game is just something I can't explain.
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07-30-2010 , 04:58 PM
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Originally Posted by riconderoga
DN coming on here and being such a good sport about the hate he receives reminds me of when Curt Schilling used to go on New York Yankee forums after pitching against them (for the Red Sox) that same night.
ya, except poker is not a sport and itīs not even close.
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07-30-2010 , 05:13 PM
pot = $95,000

rake = $2 ???????
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07-30-2010 , 05:18 PM
Thats the same thing I though. I though I've seen higher rakes at much lower levels. (I could be wrong though) Maybe it's because DN is one of there pros.
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07-30-2010 , 05:20 PM
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Originally Posted by tiltnonstop
ya, except poker is not a sport and itīs not even close.
^^ Missed a good point

KidSnookie Fo Life
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07-30-2010 , 05:30 PM
you da man daniel! keep swaggin it brotha
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07-30-2010 , 05:34 PM
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Originally Posted by Daniel Negreanu
Yes, it's true I whip out some weird plays. I'm learning and trying out new things and sometimes they are really bad and come off stupid and illogical. I'm aware of that.

I don't think the hand against nutsinho was all that weird. Maybe I'm supposed to fold before the flop, but if felt like we were deep enough to make the call in position 250 bbs deep with 79 suited. After that, I guess I could have raised the flop but I planned on raising a lot of turns if I missed. Turn was great, giving me more outs so it seemed like I had to take a shot at it then and hope he folds a big pair. He made a great read, I hit one of my 15 outs. Doesn't seem like I played it atrocious or anything.

10,585 hands
+$194,151.30
bb/100 9.17

I know that's not a large sample size yet, but it's becoming more relevant by the day, and I'm not playing against suckers here. These guys are all really good so I'm proud of my results and how I'm playing. I've learned a ton.
props dn. good luck man uve been a great ambassador of poker
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