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« Reply #300 on: June 24, 2005, 04:13:35 PM »



I was sat in amazement and wondering what I could do to counteract him - and also how when he was going to stop raising so i could try to steal some blinds!


I'll tell you how to do it, if you promise not to tell anyone.

It's easy. Just buy a big plate of chocolate cakes and sausage rolls and place them strategically in eyeline but out of my reach. That occupies my mind fully and I forget about poker altogether.

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« Reply #301 on: June 24, 2005, 04:16:53 PM »

Exactly Bongo!

And just staying with that thieving stealing At It Merchant for a few moments, the aggravating thing is that you KNOW he's gonna do it, but it's hard to stop him, he fires all 4 barrels, & never stops. We shared many a starting table, I always resolve not to let him run the table. He always does though. Usually, with these loose cannons, it means easy chips on the reraise. Not him, he just RRR's. I am afraid that it's guys like Keith that make me realise what a gulf there is between the real players, &, if you don't mind me saying so on behalf of 95% of poker players, "us".

But that's not the point of the post. It's that we guys just LOVE to take the big shots on, and at 20, last night was good value. Great that a guy like Keith even bothered, eh?
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« Reply #302 on: June 24, 2005, 04:20:19 PM »

It's that we guys just LOVE to take the big shots on, and at 20, last night was good value. Great that a guy like Keith even bothered, eh?

Precisely. 20 is the largest buyin online tournament I have ever played in and I'm really glad I did - it was special. Great players, great atmosphere and great structure.
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« Reply #303 on: June 26, 2005, 12:48:23 AM »

i remember i was sat next to keith last year in the P4C pot limit final  in newcastle, he was sat directly on my right (i went on to win Smiley )  i only played him once since then in blackpool,  both times tho he didnt raise half as mutch as he does on your tables lol, mind u he was short both times lol,

im glad i never run him to him with a stack, dont think my passive aggressive game would work well in that invoroment i prob end up callin him with 2-7 then foldin the flop Sad lol
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