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    I'll look into it for sure, might not have the money for it but maybe I'll bink something before then =)
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    I played a live tournament yesterday, overall I feel I played quite well, I got all in 3 ways with KK v 77 v 75o on a K75 rainbow flop but due to some coolers and unfortunate spots (i folded 1010 on a 9 high flop vs a guy that ended up showing AA and got a an overbet "payed off" on the turn when I had QK v Q10 on a Q high board, unfortunately he binked river) I didn't cash.

    The final hand I played I 3bet AQo from the SB vs the villain in the following hand and ended up calling a 27BB shove only to run into AA.

    The hand I want to talk about came a few hands prior to that, I had about 90k or so, blinds were 1k/2k (table was somewhat shallow, most people sitting around 30k).

    From EP I opened to 4,5k with Ace of diamonds (which is a broken smiley) and got two callers from MP and SB, mp is the main villain of the hand.

    Flop came

    SB check
    I check
    MP bet 6k
    SB fold
    I call with a bunch of backdoors and some evil intentions on a bunch of later street cards

    turn comes the and goes check check

    River comes a and I fire 16,5k and villain calls with

    Villain proceeded to make some table talk with his friends about how in his eyes I was unlikely to be nutted since he expected me to bet all overcard+FD combos on the flop and I'm still proccessing this hand a bit (which might be futile because if I expected him to flop 58s I'd probably consider him a straight up amateur and play a more valueheavy style but I could probably still fit in a couple of bluff combos)

    First off my range is decently protected, flop is very wet but my (legit) check calling range as of right now is something like:

    AJ-AKdd, A9dd, A8dd, A7dd and A5-A2dd (possibly checkraising A9 and A8dd some %age of the time and occasionally checkcalling QJdd if villain is doublebarrel light happy with the intention of checkraising a bunch of turncards)
    J10s Q10s, 99 88 and A7s

    We definitely have some diamonds in there. So the question is how much we can bluff without being too bluffheavy on this river. Obviously the ace of diamonds is a nice card removing a bunch of flush combos from villains range but I might not be a big fan of the jack of clubs blocking J9cc and some random QJcc and KJcc combos villain may decide to fire flop in position with.

    Do we want to add in sets into our check calling range here to protect our river range? Probably not, it's tempting but I think we're missing some value on bad turns and directly on flops this wet by not checkraising/cbetting

    Do we want a turn leading range? Probably not, I'm not good enough to balance that I think, we're not gonna check call any nutted hands on the flop so we have a bit of a range disadvantage and want to protect our river range. I feel like I may fall for the temptation to check raise some diamond turns here though, which may or may not be a good strategy with Adx type hands considering our range disadvantage on the flop.

    So what are our river bluff candidates? Not much, AK-AJ with the ace of diamonds, J9s and QJss are the ones that comes to mind and that's a total of what, 13 combos so we can pick something like 4-5 to bluff is we're conservative. Obviously we have a little bit of showdown with the ace but I think I'm fine treating all these combos like pure bluffs. I think the ones I would like to bluff are combos that block his 10x and contain the ace of diamonds and do so more to the tune of 24-27k as well as bet our nuts to that sizing. I think it would be theoretically sound to bluff AdJxand some AdQx combos and give up AK QJ and J9 and not have a check shoving range here.

    things to watch of for of course is to not be too slow figuring this out on the flop, if I hesitate too much on the flop I look pretty weak and weighted towards what I have, probably standardize my time taken before calling to like 4-7 seconds or so. I think if I pull this off properly 5x 6x and 7x can't call me profitably and I'm not underbluffing (or overbluffing) too heavily, I thought it was an interesting spot
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    My head hurts.. lol, love your explanations Richard, they are certainly detailed...
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    Today is my first and only session of the week. I'm having some stress related issues, not going to school when I should and being overall tired, sluggish and down, at least dancing is going well. So I'm trying to cut out stress and get back on my feet the best I can and it turns out playing powerfest event above my bankroll (running a bunch of 22 dollar events and such and a bunch of sattelites into 55 and the occasional 109 buyin) is a great way to get super stressed out. To play 22 I'd like 100 buyins and I have a little over half that, after today I'm therefore moving back down into 10$ tourneys and since party doesn't have many of those it's mostly 5 dollar events.

    Today though I'm still in the running for the last man standing freeroll which means that if I cash a powerfest event today (for the 4th sunday in a row) I get entry to their 10k + 10k package freeroll which would be nice.

    The events start in 15 minutes and 2 hours and 15 minutes and will include a 109$ PKO shot I'm taking for the sole reason of improving my chance to cash and get the freeroll. So the evening schedule will be the 109, 22 and 5,5$ PKO starting soon as well as the 11 dollar championship event and if things are looking bad also the 55 dollar championship event in a final attempt to cash. Total buyins of around 200 dollars, worst case scenario I finish the day with about 950 dollars on party but lets try to run good.

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    Also coming up next saturday is a 2 day live event. It's roughly a 700$ FO tournament that i'll use as another datapoint for my attempts to get solid at live poker. I want to put in some hours and some work so that come december I can play the live tournament as comfortably as possible. There are definitely a bunch of demons in my head telling me that I can still get really owned in some spots where I have leaks and if I don't work on those it's very possible that my chances of making it past a certain point go drastically down. I want to keep working to make sure that I'm not so exploitable that any stage of the tournament will print money off off me. But lets start with making good runs today
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    I really like your poker diary Richard!
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    This is just all around a weird hand, between the "but mah skweeze respect me :c" and the call call with KJo and the bad river. I'm rarely gonna be in a position to defend this SB flat vs a squeeze so this seems like a decent hand to do it with, as well as maybe A10s KQ, possibly 88 if I flat those.

    Edit: actually KQ and 88 seems like terrible shoves for different reasons, KQ has very good playability if I flat the 3bet and 88 seems to lack a bit of equity when called by BB

    ***** Hand History for Game 16481916670 *****
    NL Texas Hold'em $55 USD Buy-in Trny:144443102 Level:4 Blinds-Antes(400/800 -80) - Sunday, September 24, 20:46:17 CEST 2017
    Table Powerfest #326. Championship Event. $150K Gtd [$20K Gtd to 1st]. (144443102) Table #138 (Real Money)
    Seat 7 is the button
    Total number of players : 8/8
    Seat 5: Brunodellas ( 104,002 )
    Seat 3: Granite89 ( 93,790 )
    Seat 1: NoSprobuj ( 225,766 )
    Seat 6: Servant55 ( 94,480 )
    Seat 7: Setup007 ( 87,688 )
    Seat 4: Zanetti89 ( 221,733 )
    Seat 8: llRichardll ( 63,905 )
    Seat 2: wizard693 ( 108,636 )
    Trny:144443102 Level:4
    Blinds-Antes(400/800 -80)
    NoSprobuj posts ante [80]
    wizard693 posts ante [80]
    Granite89 posts ante [80]
    Zanetti89 posts ante [80]
    Brunodellas posts ante [80]
    Servant55 posts ante [80]
    Setup007 posts ante [80]
    llRichardll posts ante [80]
    llRichardll posts small blind [400].
    NoSprobuj posts big blind [800].
    ** Dealing down cards **
    Dealt to llRichardll [ Ah 5h ]
    wizard693 will be using their time bank for this hand.
    wizard693 folds
    Granite89 folds
    Zanetti89 folds
    Brunodellas folds
    Servant55 folds
    Setup007 raises [2,000]
    llRichardll calls [1,600]
    NoSprobuj raises [9,000]
    Setup007 calls [7,800]
    llRichardll is all-In [61,825]
    NoSprobuj folds
    Setup007 calls [54,025]
    ** Dealing Flop ** [ 6s, 7c, 9c ]
    ** Dealing Turn ** [ Tc ]
    ** Dealing River ** [ 8s ]
    llRichardll shows [ Ah, 5h ]a straight, Six to Ten.
    Setup007 shows [ Jc, Ks ]a straight, Seven to Jack.
    Setup007 wins 138,090 chips from the main pot with a straight, Seven to Jack.
    Player llRichardll finished in 1.594.
    Last edited by Richard~; Sep 24,2017 at 03:00 PM.
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    Villain here is the number one top ranked player on partypoker right now but he appeared to be mashing the open button a bit too much. I'm really suprised he took this line tho, not sure what merit there is in flatting compared to shoving pre if he's gonna gamble it since he started with 19 bigs I believe. On a brighter note we knocked out the top ranked PP player

    ***** Hand History for Game 16481922100 *****
    NL Texas Hold'em $109 USD Buy-in Trny:145324051 Level:13 Blinds-Antes(1.000/2.000 -200) - Sunday, September 24, 20:47:16 CEST 2017
    Table Powerfest #320. $150K Gtd PKO Freezeout (145324051) Table #48 (Real Money)
    Seat 3 is the button
    Total number of players : 8/8
    Seat 3: Malv0 ( 79,720 )
    Seat 1: MentulaMagna ( 39,956 )
    Seat 2: TodayHave ( 110,820 )
    Seat 6: adamiram ( 40,577 )
    Seat 7: crownupshmok ( 56,326 )
    Seat 8: grega_99 ( 45,800 )
    Seat 4: llRichardll ( 77,527 )
    Seat 5: zuke_oO ( 99,274 )
    Trny:145324051 Level:13
    Blinds-Antes(1.000/2.000 -200)
    MentulaMagna posts ante [200]
    TodayHave posts ante [200]
    Malv0 posts ante [200]
    llRichardll posts ante [200]
    zuke_oO posts ante [200]
    adamiram posts ante [200]
    crownupshmok posts ante [200]
    grega_99 posts ante [200]
    llRichardll posts small blind [1,000].
    zuke_oO posts big blind [2,000].
    ** Dealing down cards **
    Dealt to llRichardll [ Ac 8s ]
    adamiram folds
    crownupshmok folds
    grega_99 folds
    MentulaMagna raises [4,400]
    TodayHave folds
    Malv0 folds
    llRichardll raises [11,000]
    zuke_oO folds
    MentulaMagna calls [7,600]
    ** Dealing Flop ** [ Jh, Qh, 9d ]
    llRichardll bets [28,000]
    MentulaMagna is all-In [27,756]
    ** Dealing Turn ** [ Jd ]
    ** Dealing River ** [ 8d ]
    llRichardll shows [ Ac, 8s ]two pairs, Jacks and Eights.
    MentulaMagna shows [ Ah, 5h ]a pair of Jacks.
    llRichardll wins 244 chips from the side pot 1 with two pairs, Jacks and Eights.
    llRichardll wins 83,112 chips from the main pot with two pairs, Jacks and Eights.
    Player MentulaMagna finished in 797.
    llRichardll has knocked out MentulaMagna and won a $75 USD bounty prize.
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    Another interesting hand, I think for balance we're defintely not folding flop that seems standard. The deuce I feel is pretty neutral, we probably have one or two more than him in our range unless he turns them into bluffs on the flop.

    On the turn he made a pretty good bet designed to fold out the part of my range I'm holding as well as flushdraws. The problem is that suddenly going big on the turn makes his line crumble a bit, he's repping 88 and A2s that wants a ton of value from a king, but I feel he's gonna shove up with a bunch of please fold hands and Axdd hands. I think it's interesting because I was 100% folding to a more standard double barrel that didn't smell fishy

    ***** Hand History for Game 16482005400 *****
    NL Texas Hold'em $109 USD Buy-in Trny:145324051 Level:14 Blinds-Antes(1.250/2.500 -250) - Sunday, September 24, 21:04:36 CEST 2017
    Table Powerfest #320. $150K Gtd PKO Freezeout (145324051) Table #105 (Real Money)
    Seat 5 is the button
    Total number of players : 8/8
    Seat 6: DAN0917 ( 8,906 )
    Seat 1: Griffertins ( 204,253 )
    Seat 4: PreflopWarrior ( 148,485 )
    Seat 2: RestlessBird ( 107,708 )
    Seat 3: TurnerHype ( 76,511 )
    Seat 8: g_ALianza ( 253,322 )
    Seat 7: llRichardll ( 148,663 )
    Seat 5: nelisschuif ( 92,549 )
    Trny:145324051 Level:14
    Blinds-Antes(1.250/2.500 -250)
    Griffertins posts ante [250]
    RestlessBird posts ante [250]
    TurnerHype posts ante [250]
    PreflopWarrior posts ante [250]
    nelisschuif posts ante [250]
    DAN0917 posts ante [250]
    llRichardll posts ante [250]
    g_ALianza posts ante [250]
    DAN0917 posts small blind [1,250].
    llRichardll posts big blind [2,500].
    ** Dealing down cards **
    Dealt to llRichardll [ 6c 6d ]
    g_ALianza folds
    Griffertins folds
    RestlessBird folds
    TurnerHype folds
    PreflopWarrior will be using their time bank for this hand.
    PreflopWarrior raises [5,000]
    nelisschuif folds
    DAN0917 folds
    llRichardll calls [2,500]
    ** Dealing Flop ** [ 8d, 2d, Ks ]
    llRichardll checks
    PreflopWarrior will be using their time bank for this hand.
    PreflopWarrior bets [4,505]
    llRichardll calls [4,505]
    ** Dealing Turn ** [ 2c ]
    llRichardll checks
    PreflopWarrior will be using their time bank for this hand.
    PreflopWarrior bets [15,000]
    llRichardll calls [15,000]
    ** Dealing River ** [ Tc ]
    llRichardll checks
    PreflopWarrior will be using their time bank for this hand.
    PreflopWarrior checks
    llRichardll shows [ 6c, 6d ]two pairs, Sixes and Twos.
    PreflopWarrior doesn't show [ Ah, 3s ]a pair of Twos.
    llRichardll wins 52,260 chips from the main pot with two pairs, Sixes and Twos.
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    This one is standard to most people who've done the math but how much equity do we need to call this spot vs a player with a 75 dollar bounty (37.5 to the player 37.5 added to your bounty) assuming 50k starting stacks in a 109$ tourney?

    Depending on how you count the 50$ starting bounty is worth 50.000 chips or 25.000 chips (since half goes to the knockout pool) meaning we have roughly 3k in the pot pre from antes, 3k from our BB and 37k from his shove. This means we're calling 34k to win 43k in the pot plus either 75.000 chips or 37.500 chips from bounties depending on your count so either

    34/152 = 22.3%

    or what I prefer to use

    34/113= 30%

    This means that if he's shoving somewhat wide which he almost definitely is we're pretty much calling any two here or at least close to it.

    ***** Hand History for Game 16482060090 *****
    NL Texas Hold'em $109 USD Buy-in Trny:145324051 Level:15 Blinds-Antes(1.500/3.000 -300) - Sunday, September 24, 21:13:14 CEST 2017
    Table Powerfest #320. $150K Gtd PKO Freezeout (145324051) Table #105 (Real Money)
    Seat 5 is the button
    Total number of players : 8/8
    Seat 6: DAN0917 ( 39,324 )
    Seat 1: Griffertins ( 181,828 )
    Seat 5: JustKarma18 ( 123,401 )
    Seat 4: PreflopWarrior ( 129,630 )
    Seat 2: RestlessBird ( 199,657 )
    Seat 3: TurnerHype ( 46,699 )
    Seat 8: g_ALianza ( 275,297 )
    Seat 7: llRichardll ( 173,312 )
    Trny:145324051 Level:15
    Blinds-Antes(1.500/3.000 -300)
    Griffertins posts ante [300]
    RestlessBird posts ante [300]
    TurnerHype posts ante [300]
    PreflopWarrior posts ante [300]
    JustKarma18 posts ante [300]
    DAN0917 posts ante [300]
    llRichardll posts ante [300]
    g_ALianza posts ante [300]
    DAN0917 posts small blind [1,500].
    llRichardll posts big blind [3,000].
    ** Dealing down cards **
    Dealt to llRichardll [ 3d Jc ]
    g_ALianza folds
    Griffertins folds
    RestlessBird folds
    TurnerHype folds
    PreflopWarrior will be using their time bank for this hand.
    PreflopWarrior folds
    JustKarma18 folds
    DAN0917 is all-In [37,524]
    llRichardll calls [36,024]
    ** Dealing Flop ** [ 8h, Kd, 8s ]
    ** Dealing Turn ** [ Td ]
    ** Dealing River ** [ Qh ]
    DAN0917 shows [ Ts, 7c ]two pairs, Tens and Eights.
    llRichardll shows [ 3d, Jc ]a pair of Eights.
    DAN0917 wins 80,448 chips from the main pot with two pairs, Tens and Eights.
    Last edited by Richard~; Sep 24,2017 at 03:30 PM.
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    boo, we busted the 100 dollar tournament. This guy saw buttons and he clicked them. Right when I saw my A9 I had a feeling he was likely to jam 30bigs in my face light and he did. This is why we can't have nice things

    ***** Hand History for Game 16482312409 *****
    NL Texas Hold'em $109 USD Buy-in Trny:145324051 Level:18 Blinds-Antes(2.500/5.000 -500) - Sunday, September 24, 22:02:10 CEST 2017
    Table Powerfest #320. $150K Gtd PKO Freezeout (145324051) Table #105 (Real Money)
    Seat 7 is the button
    Total number of players : 8/8
    Seat 5: DirtyKris ( 96,899 )
    Seat 1: Griffertins ( 148,036 )
    Seat 4: PreflopWarrior ( 91,566 )
    Seat 2: RestlessBird ( 364,124 )
    Seat 3: TurnerHype ( 61,723 )
    Seat 8: g_ALianza ( 363,046 )
    Seat 7: llRichardll ( 182,957 )
    Seat 6: pycckuii ( 43,268 )
    Trny:145324051 Level:18
    Blinds-Antes(2.500/5.000 -500)
    Griffertins posts ante [500]
    RestlessBird posts ante [500]
    TurnerHype posts ante [500]
    PreflopWarrior posts ante [500]
    DirtyKris posts ante [500]
    pycckuii posts ante [500]
    llRichardll posts ante [500]
    g_ALianza posts ante [500]
    g_ALianza posts small blind [2,500].
    Griffertins posts big blind [5,000].
    ** Dealing down cards **
    Dealt to llRichardll [ 9s Ac ]
    RestlessBird folds
    TurnerHype folds
    PreflopWarrior will be using their time bank for this hand.
    PreflopWarrior folds
    DirtyKris folds
    pycckuii folds
    llRichardll raises [10,950]
    g_ALianza folds
    Griffertins is all-In [142,536]
    llRichardll calls [136,586]
    ** Dealing Flop ** [ Ts, Qc, 6d ]
    ** Dealing Turn ** [ 7d ]
    ** Dealing River ** [ 6h ]
    llRichardll shows [ 9s, Ac ]a pair of Sixes.
    Griffertins shows [ Tc, Qh ]two pairs, Queens and Tens.
    Griffertins wins 301,572 chips from the main pot with two pairs, Queens and Tens.
    ~Games are lost, games are won you'll find the strength to carry on~

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    I feel like I keep getting into stupidly high pressure marginal spots today, everyone suddenly wants to be annoyingly aggro. Nevertheless we're cashing the 22 dollar PKO with half a million chips so we'll get that freeroll we chased for 4 weeks, feels good

    Edit: busted the 22 PKO AK < KK followed by two flips
    Last edited by Richard~; Sep 24,2017 at 05:53 PM.
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    The 20k last man standing freeroll starts in 5 minutes and has 32 people registered, I can't imagine cashing 4 sundays in a row is that hard... even if we only get 100 runners that's still pretty great value
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    So far we're pretty on point, maybe not the hardest laydown but still a fairly tempting spot to stick

    ***** Hand History for Game 16492011731 *****
    NL Texas Hold'em Trny:149773378 Level:2 Blinds-Antes(100/200 -20) - Wednesday, September 27, 22:11:59 CEST 2017
    Table Powerfest. Last Man Standing Freeroll (149773378) Table #1 (Real Money)
    Seat 7 is the button
    Total number of players : 7/8
    Seat 4: Andrei198702 ( 28,918 )
    Seat 5: BonusEV ( 28,954 )
    Seat 2: Clancy_Wiggum ( 30,304 )
    Seat 3: Iwinoneday ( 28,362 )
    Seat 1: MBNBlade ( 30,815 )
    Seat 6: PureBaadi ( 32,684 )
    Seat 7: llRichardll ( 29,903 )
    Trny:149773378 Level:2
    Blinds-Antes(100/200 -20)
    MBNBlade posts ante [20]
    Clancy_Wiggum posts ante [20]
    Iwinoneday posts ante [20]
    Andrei198702 posts ante [20]
    BonusEV posts ante [20]
    PureBaadi posts ante [20]
    llRichardll posts ante [20]
    MBNBlade posts small blind [100].
    Clancy_Wiggum posts big blind [200].
    ** Dealing down cards **
    Dealt to llRichardll [ Ad Qh ]
    Iwinoneday folds
    Andrei198702 folds
    BonusEV raises [500]
    PureBaadi calls [500]
    llRichardll calls [500]
    MBNBlade calls [400]
    Clancy_Wiggum calls [300]
    ** Dealing Flop ** [ As, Qd, Kh ]
    MBNBlade checks
    Clancy_Wiggum checks
    BonusEV bets [1,344]
    PureBaadi calls [1,344]
    llRichardll calls [1,344]
    MBNBlade folds
    Clancy_Wiggum raises [5,352]
    BonusEV calls [4,008]
    PureBaadi folds
    llRichardll folds
    ** Dealing Turn ** [ 8s ]
    Clancy_Wiggum bets [10,538]
    BonusEV is all-In [23,082]
    Clancy_Wiggum calls [12,544]
    ** Dealing River ** [ 2h ]
    Clancy_Wiggum shows [ Jh, Td ]a straight, Ten to Ace.
    BonusEV shows [ Th, Jd ]a straight, Ten to Ace.
    BonusEV wins 31,098 chips from the main pot with a straight, Ten to Ace.
    Clancy_Wiggum wins 31,098 chips from the main pot with a straight, Ten to Ace.
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    Unfortunately busted, given stacksizes I can only assume that villain was drunk while calling that flop. really annoying, not the way I wanted to lose 600 dollars of equity in 30 minutes vs a guy who makes 3 sets in a row on me

    ***** Hand History for Game 16492103226 *****
    NL Texas Hold'em Trny:149773378 Level:4 Blinds-Antes(150/300 -30) - Wednesday, September 27, 22:35:35 CEST 2017
    Table Powerfest. Last Man Standing Freeroll (149773378) Table #1 (Real Money)
    Seat 7 is the button
    Total number of players : 7/8
    Seat 4: Andrei198702 ( 28,328 )
    Seat 5: BonusEV ( 32,323 )
    Seat 3: Iwinoneday ( 28,498 )
    Seat 1: MBNBlade ( 27,890 )
    Seat 6: PureBaadi ( 45,418 )
    Seat 8: SetKat74 ( 31,123 )
    Seat 7: llRichardll ( 15,703 )
    Trny:149773378 Level:4
    Blinds-Antes(150/300 -30)
    MBNBlade posts ante [30]
    Iwinoneday posts ante [30]
    Andrei198702 posts ante [30]
    BonusEV posts ante [30]
    PureBaadi posts ante [30]
    llRichardll posts ante [30]
    SetKat74 posts ante [30]
    SetKat74 posts small blind [150].
    MBNBlade posts big blind [300].
    ** Dealing down cards **
    Dealt to llRichardll [ Qd Ad ]
    Iwinoneday folds
    Andrei198702 raises [660]
    BonusEV folds
    PureBaadi calls [660]
    llRichardll raises [2,685]
    SetKat74 folds
    MBNBlade folds
    Andrei198702 calls [2,025]
    PureBaadi calls [2,025]
    ** Dealing Flop ** [ 5d, As, 4s ]
    Andrei198702 checks
    PureBaadi checks
    llRichardll bets [3,224]
    Andrei198702 folds
    PureBaadi calls [3,224]
    ** Dealing Turn ** [ 8c ]
    PureBaadi checks
    llRichardll is all-In [9,764]
    PureBaadi calls [9,764]
    ** Dealing River ** [ 6h ]
    PureBaadi shows [ 8d, 8h ]three of a kind, Eights.
    llRichardll shows [ Qd, Ad ]a pair of Aces.
    PureBaadi wins 34,691 chips from the main pot with three of a kind, Eights.
    Player llRichardll finished in 34.
    Last edited by Richard~; Sep 27,2017 at 04:54 PM.
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    I'm still here, playing a bit. I have a lot on my plate right now but I'm hoping to come back and set some new goals that lets me bring some more positivity back into my game, I was getting a bit frustrated by falling short of big top3 finishes in a lot of spots towards the end when I last posted a lot. Here's some bounty craziness that I felt like gambling up, i flatted pre since I wasn't really worried about getting 3 bet since I was planning on getting it in vs the original raiser if he got it in, he was the only player on the table that I still covered

    ***** Hand History for Game 16627402648 *****
    NL Texas Hold'em $55 USD Buy-in Trny:152144695 Level:19 Blinds-Antes(1.250/2.500 -250) - Sunday, November 05, 22:28:45 CET 2017
    Table Middleweight. Big Brawl Warm Up - $50K Gtd PKO (152144695) Table #56 (Real Money)
    Seat 4 is the button
    Total number of players : 8/8
    Seat 4: Brunodellas ( 136,120 )
    Seat 8: JOKEbekr ( 74,953 )
    Seat 6: Modelinaa ( 112,865 )
    Seat 5: Sr.Blanco ( 283,678 )
    Seat 1: bobb180 ( 69,196 )
    Seat 2: jyip87 ( 137,740 )
    Seat 7: kotyara1089 ( 93,290 )
    Seat 3: llRichardll ( 77,067 )
    Trny:152144695 Level:19
    Blinds-Antes(1.250/2.500 -250)
    bobb180 posts ante [250]
    jyip87 posts ante [250]
    llRichardll posts ante [250]
    Brunodellas posts ante [250]
    Sr.Blanco posts ante [250]
    Modelinaa posts ante [250]
    kotyara1089 posts ante [250]
    JOKEbekr posts ante [250]
    Sr.Blanco posts small blind [1,250].
    Modelinaa posts big blind [2,500].
    ** Dealing down cards **
    Dealt to llRichardll [ ]
    kotyara1089 folds
    JOKEbekr raises [5,625]
    bobb180 folds
    jyip87 folds
    llRichardll calls [5,625]
    Brunodellas raises [18,009]
    Sr.Blanco folds
    Modelinaa folds
    JOKEbekr is all-In [69,078]
    llRichardll is all-In [71,192]
    Brunodellas calls [58,808]
    ** Dealing Flop ** [ Kh, 2d, Kc ]
    ** Dealing Turn ** [ 8d ]
    ** Dealing River ** [ Td ]
    Brunodellas shows [ Ac, Js ]a pair of Kings.
    JOKEbekr shows [ As, Qh ]a pair of Kings.
    llRichardll shows [ 8c, 9c ]two pairs, Kings and Eights.
    llRichardll wins 4,228 chips from the side pot 1 with two pairs, Kings and Eights.
    llRichardll wins 229,859 chips from the main pot with two pairs, Kings and Eights.
    Player JOKEbekr finished in 303.
    llRichardll has knocked out JOKEbekr and won a $56.25 USD bounty prize.
    ~Games are lost, games are won you'll find the strength to carry on~

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