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 on: Today at 03:09:54 AM 
Started by The Camel - Last post by redarmi
i haven't got time to go through them all but this last weekend

home to middlesborough

16 shots, 13 off target

62% possession

lose 2-1

you can see why they'll show up on stats betting radars, but iirc this is a consistent theme

Fwiw I went to this game and am pretty surprised they had that many shots.  Never really felt as though Boro were under any real pressure at all.

 on: Today at 02:45:21 AM 
Started by shipitgood - Last post by shipitgood
Bit dirty, but just fold the flop?

 on: Today at 02:26:30 AM 
Started by scotty2hatty - Last post by baldock92
I really crumbled towards the end, had an outside chance until the final few!

 on: Today at 02:26:04 AM 
Started by Eso Kral - Last post by dreenie
Nice to see you last week at Luton Eso, you are looking well.

Good luck in your new projects and hope they are successful x

 on: Today at 02:24:42 AM 
Started by scotty2hatty - Last post by baldock92
9. In what year was the film Braveheart released?

Answer: 1995



redsimon - PASS
buzzharvey22 - PASS
MintTrav - PASS
sharplea - 1995
Claw75 - 1995
doubleup - 1995
ruud - 1995


scottm - 1996
Kmac84 - 1996
Graham C - 1996
TightEnd - 1996
Royal Flush - 1994


Redsgirl - 1993
Newportlad - 1997
Longines - 1997
Tal - 1997


Nakor - 1992
zerofive - 1992


david3103 - 1991


Tractor - 2000
Paul Foulder - 1990


arbboy - 2002


Waz1892 - 2003


The Wycher - 2004


baldock92 - 2005


tikay - 1977

What? It had Sean Connery in, & the backing music was by Queen, how could that be 2005?

I've never seen it, I thought 2005 would be a nice safe answer. How wrong I was...

 on: Today at 02:24:30 AM 
Started by mondatoo - Last post by dreenie
Bump!! Ha

How's life mate ? Poker ? Thoughts on newcastle/pardew ? Planning on going to the derby in December ?

Obv going to the Derby, you coming up again ?

Yeah come on Mondy,  the fans want some gossip, how's life and poker etc, you playing any of the spin and gos? 

Hope your well x

 on: Today at 02:22:42 AM 
Started by pleno1 - Last post by dreenie
pretty fun final 2 tables yesterday, maybe I'll do this video for my debut runitonce vid next week or do you think its better to do a less reg invested one as my play is more exploitative?

Congrats on the scores ....

Are u joining up with runitonce?  How's the pocarr staking going, see a lot of them on stars nowadays...

Do u still update your website ?

Newcastle will be fine imo, coming into some form now xox

 on: Today at 02:20:37 AM 
Started by KingPush - Last post by dreenie
Seems like a lot of fun players complain about etiquette by regs at the tables when I mostly find it's the other way round that is the problem. Play a guy heads up on two tables, up a Bi, blast off in 3bet pot when he has top pair so I'm only up a bit. Open AJ flop comes J54 I bet he calls, turn 5, I bet, he raise I call, river 6, he bets, I should fold but call. He has the straight he's now up a BI and a bit and insta sits out both tables? Just so poor. Had words in a chat as he was sat out saying I'm not going to play him again etc and he just leaves. Just pisses me off. Much prefer to play heads up for a living but the etiquette just seems so fucking unreasonable. It's not like this live so why do people feel it's ok online? Not even sure he was a fun player to be honest, doesn't really matter either way, still a knobhead.

Lol incredibly tilting.

 on: Today at 02:18:35 AM 
Started by RED-DOG - Last post by dreenie
Hi Tom, nice bikes but be careful, don't want people thinking you are the cool cool rider Smiley

 on: Today at 02:16:25 AM 
Started by tikay - Last post by dreenie
as a teenager etc in the 50s-60s tikay what music were you into?

your tastes are quite modern, which is interesting

were you an elvis man? beatles? stones?

Elvis? Good Lord, no.

Not Stones mad, though I saw them in clubs in Ealing & Richmond on several occasions. I'm more an admirer these days solely because I'm in awe of how Keith Richards has survived, all things considered. His book was very revealing, & a great read. (The best "pop" Bio I can recall is "Scar Tissue" by Mr Keidis).

Really, back then, everything - music, life, the lot, was shaped by the emergence of The Beatles in 1963 (?). They, really, changed the game completely. I've just read a book by their sound Engineer, which was a dreadful bore (or, more correctly, he was) but it was interesting to read that Harrison was, back in the day, completely crap at playing guitar.

But I mostly enjoy music I can see, & of course music videos never really arrived until the mid-eighties, along with MTV. Proper MTV, I mean, MTV America, not the crap MTV Europe we have to suffer these days.

I would not say my music tastes are "modern", more 70/80/90's in the main.

For me, I lived through a golden age of British pop music - The Beatles, Elton, Rod, Robbie of course. Then it all changed, & we had Natalie, Gwen, Eminem, Dr Dre, Snoop, Dire Straits, Pink Floyd & DSOTM, Radiohead & all that stuff.

So much pleasure from music, for so many years.

What were your musical tastes as a youngster, & now? And your children, do they do music?

No elvis ?! Sad

Love him, his songs are so uplifting... and agree with David,  Robbie who?? Elton and rod are the class acts... nothing wrong with a bit of Eminem Tikay,  surprised no mention of my bestie - Adele :/

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