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sanya guliy runs like god - Thu Aug 04, 2011, 09:23 AM
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Ok the real reason for making this thread was to ask if any of you play the division 1 or 2 UKIPT leagues, and if so, could you direct me to a forum which is active with the players playing it every day. Google is giving me nothing.

If you feel like discussing some stuff in the last 2 days of tournaments feel free :p

Sorry if you think this is irrelevant spam but hey, atleast im giving you something new to read!
 
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Thu Aug 04, 2011, 05:05 PM
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Oh, and I wanted to comment on sanya guliy's run so far...
 
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Thu Aug 04, 2011, 05:24 PM
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Originally Posted by Widzywidzy^^ View Post
Ok the real reason for making this thread was to ask if any of you play the division 1 or 2 UKIPT leagues, and if so, could you direct me to a forum which is active with the players playing it every day. Google is giving me nothing.

If you feel like discussing some stuff in the last 2 days of tournaments feel free :p

Sorry if you think this is irrelevant spam but hey, atleast im giving you something new to read!
I play in the league 1, but I don't no of any forums were the player's go. I don't think there is one as iv'e never heard any one there talking about one.
 
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Thu Aug 04, 2011, 09:27 PM
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I play in the league 1, but I don't no of any forums were the player's go. I don't think there is one as iv'e never heard any one there talking about one.
You were at my mates table today as I was railing and trying to scrape ITM (which I did, yay?) You lost a ton of chips towards bubble and people were criticizing you or something, cant remember lol
 
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Fri Aug 05, 2011, 06:55 AM
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LOL not really the case as the bubble was 45 and there was 46 left and i had a 12,000 chip stack with the average chip stack being 4000. and it was a SB vs BB scenario with the SB having 5,000 in chips flop comes and he bets 600 so i put the pressure on him and raised him all-in thinking he might not want to gamble this close to the bubble, well he had top pair with a Q kicker and called and I was holding nothing and he wins the pot and calls me dumb, as I had him well covered and he risked being the bubble boy I told him he needed to look in the mirror In the next hand I won 4000 chips. and was back to more or less the 12,000 and went on to finish ITM getting my 5 points which is my target every game. and so far with 4 games played I have 25 points and sit in 4th place 6 points behind the leader. He's not even in the top 25 and has less than half the points I have so he's no threat to me at this stage. If he was a top ten player then I would of been more inclined to have doubled him up. i see your in 64th with 8 points so good luck in your next games
 
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Fri Aug 05, 2011, 06:03 PM
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Yeah I run like shit in division 1, im glad ive been running a bit better over here though. ITM today though so slowly making progress. Yeah I aim for ITM every day aswell but if I have a big stack near the bubble ill apply pressure pretty much all the time to try and get a stack going for FT, doesnt always work out though ;\
 

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