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2251  Poker Forums / past blonde Bashes / Re: Karaoke? on: July 16, 2006, 08:15:50 PM
I think we should get a group rendition of Bat out of Hell  Smiley
2252  Poker Forums / past blonde Bashes / Re: Karaoke? on: July 16, 2006, 02:25:53 PM
Can i groan in advance for anyone singing "Know when to hold em"
2253  Poker Forums / Poker Hand Analysis / Re: Misplayed QQ? on: July 16, 2006, 12:08:34 AM
I think you needed to raise the flop, by just calling you're letting anyone draw on her terms.  Personally I think you want to take the pot on the flop with an overpair while you're ahead, almost any card after that is a bad card for you if you don't improve.
2254  Poker Forums / past blonde Bashes / Re: Acceptances thread for blondeBash 3: Wanna come? Post here on: July 11, 2006, 09:00:10 PM
me plz Smiley
2255  Poker Forums / The Rail / Re: HAPPY BIRTHDAY NEMESIS AND Boba Fett on: July 01, 2006, 11:34:20 AM
Awwwww, thanks peeps.  I celebrated mine by getting drunk and playing like a complete fish at not one but two tournaments yesterday, go me!!
2256  Poker Forums / The Rail / Re: No Such Thing as a Loser Anymore on: June 28, 2006, 10:56:29 PM
If it wasnt for the bitter taste of losing and being a loser we could never gain as much satisfaction and enjoyment from winning and being successful
2257  Poker Forums / Poker Hand Analysis / Re: Couple of bubble hands on: June 27, 2006, 09:39:18 PM
Before I answer we all must know how long you hollywooded the decisions for? Wink
2258  Poker Forums / The Rail / Re: Underraising on: June 24, 2006, 05:57:25 PM
Does anyone know the exact rule for underraises?  My understanding is that if there was an underraise for an all in, everyone else could only call and not reraise it under any circumstances.  Is this correct or is there an exception for someone else going all in too?

Last night at the Stanley Casino, during the rebuy period so chipstacks were low and it didnt cause too much of a problem(but it could have if it was later in the tourney), 3 players in the hand, player 1 bets 500 of his 700 at the flop, I go all in for 550.  At this point I assume player 3(who has about 2000)and player 1 can only call the 550.  Player 3 calls the 550 and player 1 goes all in for the extra 50+150.  Player 3 was also pretty certain he couldnt dot hat either but the ruling from the dealer and the TD was that "You can go all in at any time".  Didnt make a fuss over it after that as I was all in anyway and it didnt affect me much and player 3 was calling of course after already putting in 550.

As I said, i accepted the ruling at the time, is that the correct call or was I correct in thinking an underraise cant be re-raised under any circumstances?

as player 3 hasn't yet acted he can reraise
So what about player 1 then?  IS he allowed to go all in for his last 200 after he bet the original 500 or can he only call the 50 or fold?
2259  Poker Forums / The Rail / Re: Underraising on: June 24, 2006, 05:56:30 PM
Does anyone know the exact rule for underraises?  My understanding is that if there was an underraise for an all in, everyone else could only call and not reraise it under any circumstances.  Is this correct or is there an exception for someone else going all in too?

Last night at the Stanley Casino, during the rebuy period so chipstacks were low and it didnt cause too much of a problem(but it could have if it was later in the tourney), 3 players in the hand, player 1 bets 500 of his 700 at the flop, I go all in for 550.  At this point I assume player 3(who has about 2000)and player 1 can only call the 550.  Player 3 calls the 550 and player 1 goes all in for the extra 50+150.  Player 3 was also pretty certain he couldnt dot hat either but the ruling from the dealer and the TD was that "You can go all in at any time".  Didnt make a fuss over it after that as I was all in anyway and it didnt affect me much and player 3 was calling of course after already putting in 550.

As I said, i accepted the ruling at the time, is that the correct call or was I correct in thinking an underraise cant be re-raised under any circumstances?

Let me guys, you lost the hand....the tourney and all your rent money on the black jack table....and this is the longest Bad beat story youve posted?

how did you finish in the CinCin freezeout after i left?
Haha, yeah I lost the hand, wasnt a bad beat at all though, pushed in with bottom set during the rbeuys and ran into top set.

Not a bad beat story at all, went on to final table and spectacularly throw it all away.  At cincins it was down to 2 tables when i went out, QQ V Fergus8's A8 suited and he hit the A2345 straight
2260  Poker Forums / The Rail / Underraising on: June 24, 2006, 05:19:27 PM
Does anyone know the exact rule for underraises?  My understanding is that if there was an underraise for an all in, everyone else could only call and not reraise it under any circumstances.  Is this correct or is there an exception for someone else going all in too?

Last night at the Stanley Casino, during the rebuy period so chipstacks were low and it didnt cause too much of a problem(but it could have if it was later in the tourney), 3 players in the hand, player 1 bets 500 of his 700 at the flop, I go all in for 550.  At this point I assume player 3(who has about 2000)and player 1 can only call the 550.  Player 3 calls the 550 and player 1 goes all in for the extra 50+150.  Player 3 was also pretty certain he couldnt dot hat either but the ruling from the dealer and the TD was that "You can go all in at any time".  Didnt make a fuss over it after that as I was all in anyway and it didnt affect me much and player 3 was calling of course after already putting in 550.

As I said, i accepted the ruling at the time, is that the correct call or was I correct in thinking an underraise cant be re-raised under any circumstances?
2261  Poker Forums / Poker Hand Analysis / Re: Opinions on this hand on: June 08, 2006, 03:21:27 AM
Am I reading this right?  Steeley is chip leader and still in good shape if he loses while he is getting close to pot odds to draw to the 2nd nuts witht he possibility the guy behind him might call too?  Its not the worst call Ive ever seen.
2262  Poker Forums / Poker Hand Analysis / Re: amazing HU hand on: June 04, 2006, 12:15:27 PM
It was against me actually  Tongue

What was even more amazing is that I almost hit the flush lol
2263  Poker Forums / Poker Hand Analysis / Re: Bogey Hands and Lucky Hands on: June 01, 2006, 06:06:15 PM
I seem to lose with pocket Kings a lot more often than I win, not even just outdrawn by an ace but backdoor flushes and ridiculous straights.  I dont play them any different but Im not always ecstatic to see them.
2264  Poker Forums / The Rail / Re: Accidental Muck while Dealing on: May 24, 2006, 07:55:32 AM
although a gentlemanly thing to do is to offer the last raise back and take the meat of the pot, there is no reason to bust someone out in such an unfortunate way.
Bang on IMO
2265  Poker Forums / Poker Hand Analysis / Re: Right Play? on: May 13, 2006, 01:07:30 PM
I would call with a big pair, and I dont think calling with AT is a bad call in the situation either but for me, its so early in the tournament, if he wants to steal 60 in blinds Id let him as sooner or later he'll run into a monster and then you can settle in and play your game.  I wouldn't say bandit made a mistake here by calling but personally I would fold because it's my opinion that you dont need to risk all your chips this early in a tournament to someone where it is impossible to predict what he has.

PS:  Im a n00b on the forum...who's Alex Scott and what is he doing with Boba Fett in his sig?  Tongue
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