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pso vs $55 buy ins - Mon Jun 27, 2011, 07:08 PM
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The past month,

l've played the Sunday mill, a few $11 buy ins, and today a $55 buy in,

Really l could not tell the difference,

Donks are everywhere, not kidding,

Dear effsea,

You finished the tournament in 116th place. A USD 145.00 award has been credited to your Real Money account.

Thou l min cashed, l was happy with it,

But no matter at what level l play, l see very little difference,

l hope this helps you when you move up to a higher limit

cheers all
 
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Mon Jun 27, 2011, 07:31 PM
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I can say they're in the casino live tourneys I've played in too..... anywhere from a $30 buy-in all the way to a $345.

I had a guy push with 2 9 diamonds on the flop (with 1 diamond on board and no pairs).... was very glad to call it with my pkt 10's that spiked a 10 on the flop
 
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Mon Jun 27, 2011, 07:49 PM
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Originally Posted by effsea View Post
The past month,

l've played the Sunday mill, a few $11 buy ins, and today a $55 buy in,

Really l could not tell the difference,

Donks are everywhere, not kidding,

Dear effsea,

You finished the tournament in 116th place. A USD 145.00 award has been credited to your Real Money account.

Thou l min cashed, l was happy with it,

But no matter at what level l play, l see very little difference,

l hope this helps you when you move up to a higher limit

cheers all




Gonna have to look that up on OPR HEE hiccup HAW


Seriously WTG eff can't win if you don't ITM first
 
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Mon Jun 27, 2011, 07:51 PM
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Originally Posted by effsea View Post
The past month,

l've played the Sunday mill, a few $11 buy ins, and today a $55 buy in,

Really l could not tell the difference,

Donks are everywhere, not kidding,

Dear effsea,

You finished the tournament in 116th place. A USD 145.00 award has been credited to your Real Money account.

Thou l min cashed, l was happy with it,

But no matter at what level l play, l see very little difference,

l hope this helps you when you move up to a higher limit

cheers all

Also it's obviously rigged everywhere as well.

JK man. Nice job. (Already told my broker to gobble up Labatt's and Crown Royal shares first thing in the AM. )
 
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Mon Jun 27, 2011, 07:52 PM
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First CONGRATS eff
Second, does that mean you're back in the 50/50's?

You are right about the donks being everywhere, seen them in the $1,000 buy-ins
You need them to feed you more chips


 
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Mon Jun 27, 2011, 07:58 PM
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On a personal note eff it's good to see you grinding it a little again man. You know you got big,big game.


As to eff's point in the donks everywhere,I'm not going to say he was a donk but remember that the 17 year old kid that got outed on the FT of the $6 Million event a few months back was a $3.00 ABI player. Sure he satty'ed his way in but those opportunities are out there for all (provided your dumbazz gov't doesn't kneecap you that is...).
 
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Mon Jun 27, 2011, 08:12 PM
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On a personal note eff it's good to see you grinding it a little again man. You know you got big,big game.


As to eff's point in the donks everywhere,I'm not going to say he was a donk but remember that the 17 year old kid that got outed on the FT of the $6 Million event a few months back was a $3.00 ABI player. Sure he satty'ed his way in but those opportunities are out there for all (provided your dumbazz gov't doesn't kneecap you that is...).
thx mox,

My plan is now, starting the 1st. of the month is that exactly that mox, going to grind it out,

The past few months was just having fun and hanging out you guys,

Going to stay from the b,s, in the forums, only reply to positive threads, and hope only to post helpful things l learn along the way,

So my plan is this,

play the new league as hard as l can
grind low limit hi/low Omaha,
and hit the mtt's, that where my game is l think.

cheers peeps

p.s.

sand going to stay away from the 50/50's
just not my game,
 
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Mon Jun 27, 2011, 09:03 PM
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Mon Jun 27, 2011, 09:08 PM
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Mon Jun 27, 2011, 10:35 PM
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Nice effin' one!

Good to hear man!
 

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