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Christxof's Micromillions Sunday Storm Adventure!

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Christxof's Micromillions Sunday Storm Adventure! - Sun Nov 17, 2013, 01:08 PM
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Hello, everyone! Seeing as how I managed to snag a ticket to the Sunday Storm, and that last week I was busy, I've decided to use it to play Micromillions event 32. This is the largest buy-in I've played in any online tournament (except that one time when I accidentally signed up for an $11 turbo when I was trying to register for the PSO Open League), and therefore, I've decided I'm going to make a brief blog about it.

This blog will contain the following:

*Updates of my stack and tournament position at each break
*Hand Replayers of interesting spots
*When I meet fellow PSO members at tables.

What I want YOU brilliant readers to do is:

*Help rail me and give me support
*Give criticism and thoughts about the hands I post.

That being said, I hope you enjoy, and I hope it goes well for me
 
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Sun Nov 17, 2013, 01:29 PM
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Tournament is starting now. Good luck to everyone.
 
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Sun Nov 17, 2013, 01:59 PM
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First break. Down 10 chips. 3 players at the table are fish, but one of them already busted after he min-raised Q-7s utg and lost with a worse straight. Player directly to my left likes to call raises, float one street, and then usually take down the pot on the river if the turn is checked. Lost about 200 chips to him.

Only one noteworthy hand so far.



Villain is odd - he was playing tight until this level, and then he started limping a LOT (including a J-10s utg). This was the 2nd hand he had done so. I wasn't sure if c-betting that flop was correct or not, but I eventually went through with it.
 
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Sun Nov 17, 2013, 02:44 PM
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Already out. ****.

Both these hands were new tables.





Sucks beyond belief.

Good luck to everyone still left.
 

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