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A super aggro rep gets you paid off? - Sun May 06, 2012, 11:40 PM
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I guess it's true.



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Sun May 06, 2012, 11:43 PM
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Another example (not in order, this was before the hand above):



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Mon May 07, 2012, 12:07 AM
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Okay, you know what ... like I was looking through those pro hands on the boom player, and some of them are so strange in that there were SEVERAL hands of people 4-bet shoving into pros with A high.

I figured there had to be more going on there, like people must have seen the pros check-raising and reraising with air for them to be willing to stack off with A high?

You don't even see that at the penny tables, really ... I wish, but alas


It's almost like a different game up there at the higher stakes with some of the hands ...
 
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Mon May 07, 2012, 12:15 AM
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Mon May 07, 2012, 10:00 PM
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Well, here's how you get that image From Event 3-H a few hours after he ships event 2-M




The replayer doesn't seem to show it. But he shows the bluff after the hand with Jc9s




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More than one gear - Mon May 07, 2012, 10:30 PM
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We all know his rep yet today in the final table he played mostly,until heads up a very tight damn near nitty at the mid stage game,I was surprized and impressed as I thought he only played at "run away train speed" ,Shows he has more than one game to play,nice
 
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You Spot On. - Mon May 07, 2012, 10:41 PM
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You answered your own question,it is a different game,a completly different game ! just like the skill and thought process changes from "play" money to any level of real cash the same applys when you go up to high stakes.Also these people have played huge amounts of hands against each other over time and know,or should, each others metagame to a tee.
You are right too.It seems the only time I see or play Ace high vs King it gets checked down at best ! and when I try anything magic I look like a clown.Best of luck
 
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Tue May 08, 2012, 01:23 AM
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You answered your own question,it is a different game,a completly different game ! just like the skill and thought process changes from "play" money to any level of real cash the same applys when you go up to high stakes.Also these people have played huge amounts of hands against each other over time and know,or should, each others metagame to a tee.
You are right too.It seems the only time I see or play Ace high vs King it gets checked down at best ! and when I try anything magic I look like a clown.Best of luck
Hey ya, that's very true about there being that difference between the play tables and the penny tables being a move up stakes, and so there'll be those stylistic differences every time there's a jump up in stakes. Interesting!

And so true about trying to do something 'fancy' but instead winding up looking like a clown - haha!! Ahhh, 2nl ... good times

 

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