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1  Poker Forums / Live Tournament Updates / Re: DTD £250,000 GTD Grand Prix: Day 3 and final on: October 01, 2013, 12:18:52 AM
I join the action with the board reading

Two Clubs three clubs

Tan Le leads from the blinds for 755,000

Rubin Pham, the pre-flop raiser all in for 1.97m

A dwell to rival alll dwells before CALL

With two hearts by Le

Pham

turn

river....


to knock out Pham 22nd and send Tan Le into a 8.4m chip lead

Not like it matters much now but I lead 250k and he raises 775k then I shove... Slight correction...

Wanted to add to my posts...

Great updates tighty

put u on AK tho.
Figured you must've thought that when you called... Me losing the last hand before might've helped your call?...

TL900 just likes to mash buttons mate, I wouldn't worry about it. Very unlucky.
I was lucky to still be in so no complaints...
2  Poker Forums / Live Tournament Updates / Re: DTD £250,000 GTD Grand Prix: Day 3 and final on: September 30, 2013, 11:47:12 PM
I join the action with the board reading

Two Clubs three clubs

Tan Le leads from the blinds for 755,000

Rubin Pham, the pre-flop raiser all in for 1.97m

A dwell to rival alll dwells before CALL

With two hearts by Le

Pham

turn

river....


to knock out Pham 22nd and send Tan Le into a 8.4m chip lead

Not like it matters much now but I lead 250k and he raises 775k then I shove... Slight correction...

Wanted to add to my posts...

Great updates tighty

put u on AK tho.
Figured you must've thought that when you called... Me losing the last hand before might've helped your call?...
3  Poker Forums / Live Tournament Updates / Re: DTD £250,000 GTD Grand Prix: Day 3 and final on: September 30, 2013, 09:58:28 PM
I join the action with the board reading

Two Clubs three clubs

Tan Le leads from the blinds for 755,000

Rubin Pham, the pre-flop raiser all in for 1.97m

A dwell to rival alll dwells before CALL

With two hearts by Le

Pham

turn

river....


to knock out Pham 22nd and send Tan Le into a 8.4m chip lead

Not like it matters much now but I lead 250k and he raises 775k then I shove... Slight correction...

Wanted to add to my posts...

Great updates tighty
4  Poker Forums / Live Tournament Updates / Re: DTD £250,000 GTD Grand Prix: Day 3 and final on: September 29, 2013, 10:42:40 PM
Even though Tan Le knocked me out, I want him to win... Ship it Tan!
5  Poker Forums / Live Tournament Updates / Re: DTD £500,000 GTD Deepstack: Day 1b on: August 31, 2012, 06:51:05 PM
Free Rollin'...Gurpreet Nagi

This picture is a major cup, its the first time he's been in public outside the confines of a Champagne bar or nightclub for over three months



No joke about that... Ship it Sunny!

What's the worse table to be atm?...
6  Poker Forums / The Rail / Re: THE WSOP 2012 Fantasy League - (FREE entry) on: May 20, 2012, 12:43:30 PM
Captain: Phil Galfond

Brits: Sam Trickett

WSOP Main Event Winners: Puiz Heinz

High Stakes Pros: Bertrand Grospellier

Online: Andrew "luckychewy" Lichtenberger

Big Dogs: Roberto Romanello   

All sorts: Andrew Robl

Ladies: Annette Obrestad

DTD Qualifier in the Main Event: TBA

Wild Card 1: Jake Cody

Wild Card 2: Phil Galfond
7  Poker Forums / The Rail / Re: THE WSOP 2012 Fantasy League - (FREE entry) on: May 08, 2012, 04:01:20 PM
Captain: Phil Ivey

Brits: Sam Trickett

WSOP Main Event Winners: Puiz Heinz

High Stakes Pros: Bertrand Grospellier

Online: Andrew "luckychewy" Lichtenberger

Big Dogs: Roberto Romanello   

All sorts: Andrew Robl

Ladies: Annette Obrestad

DTD Qualifier in the Main Event: TBA

Wild Card 1: Jake Cody

Wild Card 2: Phil Galfond
8  Poker Forums / Live Tournament Updates / Re: DTD May Deepstack £80,000 GTD Day Two on: May 08, 2011, 03:43:33 PM
Sunny Mistri to ship! Smiley
9  Poker Forums / Best of blonde / Re: DTD Monte Carlo £250,000 Gtd. on: December 18, 2009, 08:01:43 PM
thats not aaron fisher unless hes been on a diet

LOL!
10  Poker Forums / Best of blonde / Re: DTD Monte Carlo £250,000 Gtd. on: December 18, 2009, 07:34:07 PM
Chip counts on Sunny Nagi, Aaron Fisher, Samuel Morris and James Tomlin if possible please?... Smiley
11  Poker Forums / Live Tournament Updates / Re: DTD main event FINAL DAY on: September 06, 2009, 04:33:48 PM
Ship it Cowen!
12  Poker Forums / Poker Hand Analysis / Re: Should I Call For An Almost Certain Flip For My Tournament Life?... on: August 13, 2009, 12:41:36 PM
Wow okay... I did think it was bad but didn't think it was that bad... I will rethink these kind of situations in the future... Thank you for your thoughts...
13  Poker Forums / Poker Hand Analysis / Should I Call For An Almost Certain Flip For My Tournament Life?... on: August 13, 2009, 04:06:05 AM
Here's to set the scene... It's a £25 freezeout with 5k starting stack and 26 runners... I'm sitting at a 8 handed table with the biggest stack of 12k and the next biggest stack is about 8k... I've been playing pretty tight and aggressive... Haven't had any real hands... Just stealing here and there... Playing with position etc... Had once but that's about it... Nothing to get excited about really... Haven't needed to show down much either...

The hand in question goes like this... I have 12k on the button... Hijack has 3.5k... CO has 6k... Blinds 150/300... Hijack raises to slightly more than his raise in previous hand to 950... CO flats and I look at CO's stack and decide to call with three diamonds on the button... I feel that I could take their whole stack with the right flop... I've been playing with these players for about 90mins and I'm pretty comfortable with their tendencies and playing flops with them... Calling stations really... Not very aggressive after the flop... Gives free cards away pretty easily...

Flop comes ... Hijack shoves for 2.5k... CO flats and I shove and CO calls...

Hijack has ... CO has ...

Turn was an irrelevant Two Diamonds and River was ... CO takes the whole pot down with the gutshot hitting...

Thinking back I was questioning my flop push...

Maybe I should've flat and then shove the turn?...

Maybe I shouldn't have been in the pot in the first place?...

So that's the first hand...

Now the next case...

I then moved table and was sitting to the left of the chip leader... I worked my way up to about 8-9k and picked up   UTG... I raised to 1200 with blinds at 200/400... and the chip leader shoves in the BB... I was pretty sure he had a pair but wasn't sure on which one... Medium to higher was most likely... 8's or higher... I saw him shoved with earlier and busted so I did think it was a similar hand... Especially hearing him say how much he hates playing flops with those kind of pairs... One of the reasons I don't like using my ipod... I declined the race as I don't like to race for my tournament life... The BB had about 25-27k so I didn't feel as if it was some kind of move... He did show me but that's irrelevant really... I later go out with a race anyways with my into ...

In the last few tournaments I have declined races and then end up running dry of hands and/or situations to gain chips to bust out... Should I take a few more races?... Is that bad poker to call to race?... Well, I'm pretty sure it's bad... I don't mind shoving to race but calling doesn't seem right... Shoving 8-9k into a 600 pot is slightly unneccessary really... but some guy did shove into my BB the hand after for about 5k which made me fold ...

Any advice is appreciated... I want to learn more and I want to improve at this game... Thank you, Rubin...
14  Poker Forums / Live Tournament Updates / Re: GUKPT Luton Day 1a on: August 06, 2009, 02:04:30 PM
Go Sunny! Ship It Sunz! Pics of Gurpreet 'Sunny' Nagi please?... Ty! Smiley
15  Poker Forums / Live Tournament Updates / Re: Dusk Til Dawn £100k Gtd on: August 01, 2009, 02:53:35 PM
Aaron Fisher, Sunny Mistry, Gurpreet Nagi or James Tomlin to take it down! Smiley
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