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Hook line and sinker - Fri Dec 16, 2011, 12:42 PM
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Since: Nov 2011
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This player was going all in almost every single hand from the moment they sat down at this table,They were raising with absolute nothing most of the time, I took a chance with my fishy hooks and landed a whopper!..added them to my list of fishes to keep an eye open for when scouting out tables to play on, I hope you guys add them as well, can only be profitable when played with caution


 
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Fri Dec 16, 2011, 08:07 PM
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Well played derty. Good to see you are doing better in cash games than you are in the Open Skill League. Last place? Are you taking lessons from Fortun...

I am adding Fortun... to my watch list.

Wishing you better luck in the Open Skill League next month.
 
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Fri Dec 16, 2011, 08:18 PM
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Originally Posted by Herkstwin View Post
Well played derty. Good to see you are doing better in cash games than you are in the Open Skill League. Last place? Are you taking lessons from Fortun...

I am adding Fortun... to my watch list.

Wishing you better luck in the Open Skill League next month.
It's all good, I am in last place on purpose, running an experiment this month

Playing all in ATC every single hand till knocked out

I could easily turn my last place position into something a lot more respectable, but my experiment would be tainted with not following my guide lines of All in ATC every hand.


Derty
 

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