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/Apr/2011

BIG game 2nd rd

By: SlyptoniK @ 12:57 (EDT) / 183 / Comment ( 0 )
W o O t !!!!
ok  i know this is the skill league blog... but   i have to put this down....

game started at 3:30  so 3:55 is break... 

i sat waiting on a good starter until aprox. 3:50
started with 12k in chips it seems...  most stax are around 30 k by now with one player with 100k allready.
100k man folds ..another player with 20 chips less than i calls...    i push all in... get called....
i am in the lead  before flop..... im in lead after flop.... im behind on the river ... he played  K rag   and the K hit.
now im down to 20 chips after the first hand of the match...  OUCH... next hand  i caught  k q  or k j not quite sure exact. ..anyways   110k playa calls my all in  ..  i won... now i have 125 chips or something....next hand  i quaght A j  i think  and again  100k man calls with total crap hand  as well as 4 other players ..guess what .. I WIN...i just got 5 times my money.....next hand  pocket 10   i shove...100k man calls with total crap.. I WIN  ......awwwrrriiite..... next hand   i catch another  ok starter  in position  so i just call...100 k man  comes over the top makes me all in to call..wth  im on fire right  ..still short stax by  a gruntload  ..... ok    i call the all in.......   I WIN .....4 hands in a row  100 k man played  NOTHING  just to try to bingo me out.....  lolol  well break came....before you know it i have 5k in chips..i never bluffed  ..my hand flopped everytime i played... 100kman called me everytime ..just didnt push me allin.....before you know it..hes on tilt  whining that im chasing everything...im sure it seemed it..but i would flop top pair  with 2 cards left having open end outs  as well as  the flush outs...many  many outs evertime along with top pair......im thinking im playing good by value betting / calling his weak bets.....  i reminded him that i was down to 20 chips after getting krakkked with a premium hand  and HE has chased every card  every hand that i have been in since...now who the sam-hell is chasing.....btw  thx for the 50 k in chips...lolo....he won other pots and was around 150 k in chips...he saved me really..i went on to finish the tourn and qualify for THE BIG gGame final round being held today...max entrants 1500 ..  200 move on to Casting Pool round......i owe it all to "calling station" play....thx to the tips from pokerstars and pso skill league players i was able to let calling station build my stack by more less playing honest poker with good hands and value betting......   GOOD LUCK 2 ME TODAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!lolo lolo lolol  
peace.
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