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fideen dollah fiddyfiddy - Sun Apr 21, 2013, 03:31 AM
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I just took down a mega chunk of the prize pool in winning a 15 smacker 50-50. (well, a few days ago now)

After losing all day in small-stakes games, it occurred to me that I could lose it much more efficiently if I just take it up a notch or two and go balls-out donks-a-blazin no-holds-barred free-for-all bloodlust match at 15 bucks a pop. Who gnu I'd end up on top of the heap of corpses I'd lain waste to?

below is the TSN turning point that pretty much clinched it for me.



Well I'll be a fishin' magician!

I will admit I did hedge a bit with a couple of toots on my duck caller preflop. You gotta use every edge you can in this game!

I finished 1st and won 42.90 of the $143.10 total prize pool.

I won't tell you that doesn't please me after losing penny-ante stakes games all morning.

happy poker dreams, people!

Last edited by HoaryGill; Sun Apr 21, 2013 at 09:35 AM.. Reason: omg! loaded wrong game!
 
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ducks dodging bullets - Sun Apr 21, 2013, 09:39 AM
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I can see why that OP might not have made sense. loaded wrong game. still learning my way around the hand replayer.

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