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100 360 man games - Thu Aug 15, 2013, 05:00 PM
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Games Played = 65
fees = $32.50
Won = $46.11
Profit/loss =$13.61






I fancy trying the 360 man 50 cent games as i feel over a larger sample they would be profitable.

To complete 100 i think i may need two months maybe a little more we will see.

Any interesting spots i will try to post, but mostly this is just a reminder to me

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774799660 15 Aug - out in 178th shove 10 bb with 44 called by JJ
774803609 15 Aug - out in 207 shoves 13 bb with ATs called by A4o and JJ
774828505 15 Aug - out in 51 played ok but ended on a table with all ins every hand and no cards
774855149 15 Aug - out in 173rd
774859743 15 Aug - out in 121st
774799660 15 Aug - out in 107th KT on button into BB KK sign
775340077 16 Aug - out in 18th - 77 with small stack
775349228 16 Aug - out in 293 - don't want to talk about it
775354068 16 Aug - 5th
775752983 17 Aug - 23rd TT aganst 22 and A2suited so saved the A till the river

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775939464 18 Aug - out in 49th JTsuited and bb has Aces then KQ and opp has JJ but flop a Q he turns a J
775945884 18 Aug - out in 324 AKs flopped combo draw but didn't connect against my villains cunning JKo
776000401 18 Aug - out in 223 yuck
776054078 18 Aug - out in 105
776153283 18 Aug - 29 min cash baby
776172150 18 Aug - out in 170th blah
776176629 18 Aug - What wally is playing this late !! i mean out in 220th
776382726 19 Aug - out in 132 played ok but ....
776573154 19 Aug - out in 238 QQ v's 67o rivered a straight
776578213 19 Aug - 5th

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776583150 19 Aug - out in 238th
776611338 19 Aug - closest i come to entailment tilt AK vs A2 and out
777041486 20 Aug - 123rd
777050305 20 Aug - 77th ran into AA
777055020 20 Aug - 234 Ran my AA into A2 and QQ (Q on Flop)
777058853 20 Aug - 217th
777063129 20 Aug - 261st
777068793 20 Aug - 244th
777448000 21 Aug - 178th
777679534 22 Aug - 53rd played soem horrible hands after a suck out against my AA


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777683854 22 Aug - 28th dang it ran 99 into AT then KJ into AT same villain as the bubble burst
777924009 22 Aug - 150th cardy mac card dead
777928384 22 Aug - ran QQ into AT and AQ so A on flop was not unexpected
778362087 23 Aug - out in 18th tripled up early but man those chips blind out fast with no cards got in a flip with 1 bb which if i won would taken me to final table talk about shallow
778387709 23 Aug - 190th buttoms!
778397162 23 Aug come on TT on Button all in UTg so fold turns over A9o( v's 44) what gives? however managed to scrape 6th....
778571619 24 Aug - 170th got it in good sigh
778769860 24 Aug -
778792992 24 Aug - 22nd
778797148 24 Aug - opps Ak first hand and busto

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778801484 24 Aug - AA v's Ak so k on flop good t o get all in king on river puts me out
778810574 24 Aug - 115th 77 v's TT
779672051 26 Aug - 197th
779676063 26 Aug - 117th
779680124 26 Aug - 168th
780106996 27 Aug - 98th
780376735 28 Aug - 254th
780509771 28 Aug - 73rd
780545108 28 Aug - 211th
780549769 28 Aug - 340th

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780554614 28 Aug - 215
780559496 28 Aug - 59th arrrrgggg
780762896 29 Aug - 28th holy moose what a time to go card dead
780781060 29 Aug - 9th played worse than the last one but won 2 flips right after bubble burst to put me on to final table (for 1 hand)
781004798 29 Aug - 224th
781014489 29 Aug - 39th crushing
781032842 29 Aug - 86th
781346323 30 Aug - 37th ok even more crushing AK v's 77 on my bb 4bb left could have folded to a min cash but went for it KKTx7 board
781393122 30 Aug - 7th a hard battle with a lot of foldin to get to final table and then beyond
781397176 30 Aug - 22nd timely double uos to get into the money

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781470970 30 Aug - 95th
781475197 30 Aug - 93rd
781660163 31 Aug - 229th
781664319 31 Aug - 344th
781667765 31 Aug - 78th 88 v's QQ












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Last edited by Grade b; Sat Aug 31, 2013 at 01:10 PM.. Reason: Updates
 
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Thu Aug 15, 2013, 06:22 PM
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http://www.boomplayer.com/en/poker-h...557_9DFF8102F7

Villian 8 is maniac so go for the iso shove, too early in the game?

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Thu Aug 15, 2013, 06:29 PM
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Hi Grade b

- I doubt I ever played more than a handful of these, but they look full of players you will have a significant edge over, if you can avoid the random multi-way maniacs I see profits!

Good luck.

Ed


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Thu Aug 15, 2013, 06:42 PM
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Unlucky start, best of luck in the future games.


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Thu Aug 15, 2013, 09:46 PM
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Hi Butch! Didn't you just... um... win one of these?

I want to know the secrets of your success.

Good luck Graden!


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Fri Aug 16, 2013, 05:57 AM
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Fri Aug 16, 2013, 05:59 AM
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gl Grade b! Very high variance game, but you'll crush it in the long run
 
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Fri Aug 16, 2013, 08:22 PM
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Hi Butch! Didn't you just... um... win one of these?

I want to know the secrets of your success.

Good luck Graden!
Didn't want to rub it in, Arty.

The secret is: Tight is right, tighter is righter, always win your flips.


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Fri Aug 16, 2013, 09:15 PM
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Didn't want to rub it in, Arty.

The secret is: Tight is right, tighter is righter, always win your flips.

got the tight part down but the flips are eluding me ...


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Sun Aug 18, 2013, 12:49 PM
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Tournament 11 Felt I was card dead with 6 bb's that this was a good hand to try to push, thoughts?

http://www.boomplayer.com/en/poker-h...880_B9A9924325

followed by this emotional ride

http://www.boomplayer.com/en/poker-h...891_D1EF0E95E1

After 12 games I feel quite good, still not sure about strateges.

Trying to play tight and look for good spots but it is a turbo game.

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Mon Aug 19, 2013, 08:20 AM
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Tournament 11 Felt I was card dead with 6 bb's that this was a good hand to try to push, thoughts?

http://www.boomplayer.com/en/poker-h...880_B9A9924325
Can't do anything about a cooler, but here are my 2 cents.

I think the shove is just outside my range there. You'll take the pot preflop most of the time, but I still think it's a bit too loose in middle position. When the stacks are like they are in this hand, stealing in late position and playing good hands earlier is how you'll survive, not playing marginal hands in middle position. Had it been on the CO or later, it's a definite shove though. In middle position, my standard push range would be something like Ax, KT+ QJ, any pocket pair. Maybe a bit wider/tighter on the kings and aces depending on reads.


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Mon Aug 19, 2013, 09:15 AM
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Good Luck b

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Mon Aug 19, 2013, 02:55 PM
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I think the JTs shove is fine. In that seat and with that stack size, my push-range is (25%) 22+ A2s+ K7s+ Q8s+ J8s+ T9s+ 98s A5+ KJ+ QJ. JTs has pretty good equity when called, unless it's dominated.


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Mon Aug 19, 2013, 06:39 PM
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Hi Grade!

Those 0,50 360 man are not very different than the 0,10 are they? I think they will be huge variance in those. I did make a first place in the 0,50 360 man not so long ago, 33 dollars I think. That was a one timer though, I find them very tilt-inducing
Good luck!


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Mon Aug 19, 2013, 07:25 PM
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Good luck man, I'm still in the 10 cents bracket (of the same tourny), but am happy here right now.
Keep it going and you will be rewarded.
 
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Mon Aug 19, 2013, 07:36 PM
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Hi Grade!

Those 0,50 360 man are not very different than the 0,10 are they? I think they will be huge variance in those. I did make a first place in the 0,50 360 man not so long ago, 33 dollars I think. That was a one timer though, I find them very tilt-inducing
Good luck!

I went into it expecting it to be like the 10 cent games but it is a bit better more regs in these though. I don't find it tilt inducing as they actually play better than I was expecting. I don't mind my AA losing to K9o as long as i played the hand ok and as long as that muppet continues to play poker.

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Good luck man, I'm still in the 10 cents bracket (of the same tourny), but am happy here right now.
Keep it going and you will be rewarded.

Good poker will pay off in the long run keep at it slettuce maybe you could set up a 100 game 10 cent thread to track progress.

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Mon Aug 19, 2013, 08:11 PM
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Good luck Grade b Nice start.

I haven't played any 50c 360man tourneys myself but I imagine they can be a little crazy & random at times.
 
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Tue Aug 20, 2013, 02:09 AM
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Good poker will pay off in the long run keep at it slettuce maybe you could set up a 100 game 10 cent thread to track progress.

Grade b
OK, will do.
I'll post my last 100 (as I played them for "warm-up" purposes), and then will track the next 100 to be played as a challenge.

GL with your one.
 
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30 games in - Thu Aug 22, 2013, 11:07 AM
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30 games under my belt and in profit with An ROI of 60%.

Happy with that but yes the games have crazy variance as a brief look at the Original post will show no cashes in last 9 games (playing number 30 and 31 now).

feel good that i can still be up over 100 games we shall see.

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