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1  Community Forums / The Lounge / Re: Herbalife 26 days to Vegas 2 stone challenge on: November 19, 2012, 01:20:49 AM
Herbalife helped me lose 3stone in 5 months, so my personal opinion of the formula1 shake is good.

Best of luck with your goal girgy

2  Poker Forums / Poker Hand Analysis / Re: Live 50/1 spot: Getting the max/line check on: June 20, 2012, 09:16:37 PM

Perhaps your original suggestion of jamming would be one of the least profitable lines given the OP. You have been offered SP odds to chase your flush to the river from rbc_mike and it would appear to a noob that you took that line, as 5X otb then to limp a 3bet w/ position looks like a preflop standard from a 4+ thinker with AcXc/XcXc . However, No rlly decent player would believe you have AcXc/XcXc here and that your jambluffing the river often enough to keep you honest which makes you right, you look stone nutted.
Because you are giving credit to rbc_mike as a good player with a similair style to you, and he you, he must adopt elements of game theory within his playing style and expect you to do the same. Which means you need to find yourself value bet sized bluffing this situation with AcXc/XcXc at the river after he checks to you at least occasionally to keep him guessing, as he would be calling the correct % of times for a nullEV. so I would take a standard £40-£60 river bet which doesn't looked nutted here, but does look like a valuebet sized bluff with AcXc/XcXc. your getting paid off by rbc_mike when he holds AX TT JJ QQ. Where as if you make it £60-£100 I don't feel he's calling with Ax. Long term it appears to me that not looking greedy here keeps you AK hidden to a decent £ showdown.
3  Poker Forums / Live Tournament Updates / Re: DTD £150 £50,000 Deepstack Mid-May :Day 2 and Final on: May 20, 2012, 09:58:28 PM
Quick pic of a very happy Craig pliz x
4  Poker Forums / Live Tournament Updates / Re: DTD £100,000 GTD £150 April Deepstack; Day 1b on: April 07, 2012, 07:50:56 PM
So how is Petr Doubrava doing pliz?
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