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worse than facebook - Thu Dec 29, 2011, 12:04 PM
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hi all yes im moaning agian but this does have a relevant point. ok,why people would call all in bubble posistion same size stack ive shoved aq,ak e.g have been called with yes wait for it...95 os,93 os,96 os,and been bubbled out....3 tourneys in a row and bare in mind these were tight players who sat tight , wich in effect sent me into major tilt my 8 dollers ide got up to 17 got destroyed i was that angry!
Ok i reloaded once again,ok my next thing thats really bugging me now,3 days numerous tourneys etc,and not getting the cards or hitting anything,surely from 1 tourney to the next according to variance i should at least have a 1 in 3 tourneys where i am hitting cards and flops,but no completely dry or when i have had the one decent hand know one else has anything so all fold.
finally the strangest thing i find,i have 2 computers on the same i.p address,my account and my mrs,yesterday and today at the same time different tourneys we had the same cards dealt several times really weird.....my mrs pokerstars ranking around the 94 percent mark,mine around the 59 percent,strange as i sit there and guide her playing exactky the same way,......
why i say this is worse than facebook.....95,93,96 unbelievable really from a tight player,theres no way im saying anyone would call that sitting there for 3 or 4 hrs then calling a player on a all in with 12 percent play,...unless well not saying it.
<so please pso dont remove this post as i think theres some really good discussion points,>
guys and girls i am not no nut job so please dont think so,i play 10hrs a day regulary for years,ive seen more poker than most watching all videos and tv available and playing it,but because of the facebook type players ,good players get stung at low level buyins.....so will never be where they should be....please i want to here your feedback on my thoughts as loong as pso dont remove it,i would gladly show you my hands,but what do you know my hand generator doesnt work even tho it was at first hmmmm......
 
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Thu Dec 29, 2011, 12:15 PM
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I don't think they'll remove it, they might just move it to another forum.

Seriously though, if you want to see some bad beats, shadow me for awhile. I get them a couple times per hour. It happens. Just be glad you're getting called by 93.



This actually reminds me of my most recent blog post. Check it out if you have time.
 
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Thu Dec 29, 2011, 12:19 PM
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lol panicky will check your blog out if i can find it lol
 
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Thu Dec 29, 2011, 12:28 PM
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have read your blog panicky very good mate understand that thouroughly,but doesnt explain none passive players calling with 95 etc all in bubble posistion....any idea why someone would do that or am i mistaken and they are passive players just who thought stuff it call....
 
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Thu Dec 29, 2011, 12:51 PM
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Players who are new to the game don't understand bubble principles, and in a low-stakes game they are less likely to care about cashing. You can't expect aggressive play in SNG's to take weak players off their hands as often as you'd like, but if you're short-stacked, then getting it in with AQ is the best you can hope to do. The rest is up to the cards.
 
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Thu Dec 29, 2011, 12:51 PM
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have you watched spacegravy videos on s+g's ?
also before we can say that only reason you are losing is because of these unusual plays
we must first ascertain what your win rate is in s+g's
a good player will be 20% to 23% ITM with a few thousand s+g's as a database
I could name 3 players that have that
a lot of pro's are floating at 15% ITM with high ROI's
I dont think anyone can make a profit over time if they are less than 15% ITM in s+g's
if a player is less than 15% ITM in s+g's then its a strong signal that that player is playing bad poker
 
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Thu Dec 29, 2011, 12:53 PM
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a good place to look at that would be opr

http://www.officialpokerrankings.com/

look at cowboy...19honu62
spacegravy
boku87

this will give you idea of what 2 pros can do and what cowboy can do
the only thing that separates cowboy from pros
is four letters p r o s
hahahaha
actually the only thing that separates cowboy from pros is the stakes cowboys plays at
his stats appear to surpass most pros

almost impossible to make a profit with less than 15% ITM
ITM is .... in the money

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Thu Dec 29, 2011, 02:17 PM
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well my itm is 14percent as any one got any insight into my other thoughts as well and why 3 days no cards and it continues lost half my new bankroll all ready its a joke finally get some hands and guess what massive coolers of cause first hands i get coolered and how is 14 percent im not bothered about profit unable to cash in any mastercard and no bank its my rankings im playing for and when my partners account if i watch her play and guide her dont lose really so any one explain that
 
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Thu Dec 29, 2011, 02:20 PM
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have you watched spacegravy videos on s+g's ?
also before we can say that only reason you are losing is because of these unusual plays
we must first ascertain what your win rate is in s+g's
a good player will be 20% to 23% ITM with a few thousand s+g's as a database
I could name 3 players that have that
a lot of pro's are floating at 15% ITM with high ROI's
I dont think anyone can make a profit over time if they are less than 15% ITM in s+g's
if a player is less than 15% ITM in s+g's then its a strong signal that that player is playing bad poker
what does that have to do with his question about idiots calling with anything??
 
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Thu Dec 29, 2011, 02:20 PM
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I've had streaks like that, that have lasted over 2 months... 3 days isn't that long.


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Thu Dec 29, 2011, 02:27 PM
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I've had streaks like that, that have lasted over 2 months... 3 days isn't that long.
3 days jkw 3 month mine hang in there no matter wat level u play theres always 1 gl all the best
 
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Thu Dec 29, 2011, 02:29 PM
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120 days Rating: 58.08% Rank: 425,161 of 1,014,335

Year 2011 Rating: 48.13% Rank: 974,995 of 1,879,751

Year 2010 Rating: 31.31% Rank: 1,320,642 of 1,922,695

Year 2009 Rating: 91.49% Rank: 147,053 of 1,727,304


ok my 2009 ranking then since you can see and there was a lot more players then so how come now this bad my account doesnt add up im affraid does not make sense
 
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Thu Dec 29, 2011, 02:31 PM
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really jw blimey thats bad but i no as fact could not sit with a real deck of cards for 3 days and not get hands so the questiions got be asked y?
 
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Thu Dec 29, 2011, 02:32 PM
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was the 2009 numbers from one or 2 big hits..... or was it consistant. A friend of mine has numbers like that that were skewed due to him getting lucky once in a big tourney.


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random - Thu Dec 29, 2011, 02:34 PM
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Year 2011 Rating: 93.53% Rank: 121,588 of 1,879,751


random suppose to have no favourites
 
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jw - Thu Dec 29, 2011, 02:38 PM
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no jw regular could sit on a table with 7 dollers for eg and take it to 200 dollers look at my mrs specs maxjojo i guide her m8t shes a new be practically so just dont get it
 
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Thu Dec 29, 2011, 02:43 PM
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no jw regular could sit on a table with 7 dollers for eg and take it to 200 dollers look at my mrs specs maxjojo i guide her m8t shes a new be practically so just dont get it
wat?
 
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Thu Dec 29, 2011, 02:45 PM
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just answering jw mate lol
 
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Thu Dec 29, 2011, 02:46 PM
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wat?
I will definitely second that....
 
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Thu Dec 29, 2011, 02:49 PM
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wat? please explain
 

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