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Just few hands notes = tweets

Just few hands notes = tweets - Wed Sep 11, 2013, 12:29 AM
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Since: May 2011
Posts: 2,036

When just talking to myself I click replay and get the tweet button so get a quick Boom link back to the hand I just played.

It's just a reminder what do I say in the context of the note I'm making to myself. If I ever post it for hand analysis I'd get destroyed. What are your reads?

So passive but so correct

Then there are the over bets

Then there are those hands wtf is going on

Then the classic limp utg AK 3-bet shove 1st hand

Then sometimes I crack AA 1 time lol

Then what Table Ninja are you doing to me

Thanks for not firing turn or river with 4x open utg 22

It took me a short time to post the tweet note boom links back here. I'm not asking for hand analysis but I see this all the time.

So do we put these villains on a range? Equity % poker stove, or ratio the direct odds to call a bet, then implied for stacks.

Just letting off steam. If I show bad beats, it's either boring or not a bad beat.

I don't talk much, so this is just for fun about my last session.

PS. These are all 10NL 6-max and one $7 stt / low micro stakes.

Last edited by ForrestFive; Wed Sep 11, 2013 at 12:44 AM..

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